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Hillary Clinton: Book explains America can still lead

Hillary Rodham Clinton says in her upcoming book that she wrote about her experiences as secretary of State to help people understand that the United States “still has what it takes to lead.”

In the author’s note to Hard Choices, which comes out June 10, Clinton explained why she chose to detail her grueling four years as the nation’s top diplomat. The author’s note was released by publisher Simon & Schuster to ABC News, plus other news outlets early Tuesday.

“While my views and experiences will surely be scrutinized by followers of Washington’s long-running soap-opera — who took what side, who opposed whom, who was up and who was down — I didn’t write this book for them,” she said, according to Politico. “I wrote it for Americans and people everywhere who are trying to make sense of this rapidly changing world of ours, who want to understand how leaders and nations can work together and why they sometimes collide, and how their decisions affect all our lives.”

She called the United States “the indispensable nation” and dismisses talk of America’s decline. “My faith in our future has never been greater,” Clinton wrote, according to ABC News. “While there are few problems in today’s world that the United States can solve alone, there are even fewer that can be solved without the United States.”

The much-anticipated book by Clinton is being released as she considers whether to run again for president in 2016. Clinton has said she will decide about a White House bid sometime later this year.

Her memoir also comes as a Republican-led special committee begins its review of what happened in the deadly Benghazi attack at the U.S. mission in Libya — an incident that is bound to come up repeatedly if she runs in 2016.

Hard Choices has been billed by the publisher as an “inside account of the crises, choices and challenges” Clinton and the Obama administration faced around the globe, dealing threats from North Korea and Iran and rising tensions in the Middle East. Clinton also describes her “unexpected” partnership with Obama, her fierce rival from the 2008 Democratic primary.



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