Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton today said if elected as the US President next year, she would still select bone china and flowers for state dinners but would depend on her husband and former president Bill Clinton on key policy issues including economy.
Clinton, the former First Lady and former Secretary of State, is aiming to create history in November, 2016 by becoming the first woman to win a presidential election. If elected, she would be sworn in as the first-ever woman president of the United States on January 20, 2017.
That would bring in Bill Clinton to the White House in a unique unprecedented role in a presidential administration.
Participating in a Democratic presidential debate, Clinton was responding to questions on what role his husband would play or have when she is inside the White House.
“With respect to my own husband, I am probably still going to pick the flowers and the china for state dinners and stuff like that,” she said in response to a question.