June 17th, 2014
08:27 PM ET

Christiane Amanpour reflects on hosting CNN's Hillary Clinton town hall

OutFront tonight – Hillary Clinton faces the public.

For the first time since the release of her new memoir, Hard Choices, the former Secretary of State took questions from the public right here on CNN.

It was a town hall format, and moderator Christiane Amanpour started with a question on Benghazi, a topic that has dominated the headlines today as news broke of the arrest of a key suspect in the 2012 attack.

Clinton said that although there are still some unanswered questions, she's convinced the United States will eventually piece together the full story of what happened.

Of course, Amanpour also asked her if she was excited about the possibility of becoming the first female president of the country. Predictably, Clinton demurred, but said she's actively thinking about "all of the choices I face."

Filed under: Hillary Clinton • News • Politics
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  1. Fresia Brenes

    CNN: Eventhough you claim to be such independent TV cable news station, you're soo... partisan for the Democrats it's ridiculous. Look at you making a big deal of the Hillary Clinton interview with Amanpour tonight. A soft non-fact finding chattering for sure. Use your time for really important matters to this country, than improving the standing of one of your favorite possible democratic presidential candidates.

    June 17, 2014 at 9:26 pm | Reply

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