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Hillary Clinton Memoir Will Be Released In June

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the second day of the 2014 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz. on March 22, 2014.
Samantha Sais—Reuters Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the second day of the 2014 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz. on March 22, 2014.

The book will cover former Secretary of State's time in the Obama administration, as well as thoughts on the challenges of the 21st century. Its contents are highly anticipated as Clinton mulls a run for president in 2016

Hillary Clinton’s upcoming memoir of her time in the Obama Administration will be released on June 10, according to a website for the book.

The book, which will be published by Simon & Shuster, will cover key moments during her time as Secretary of State, a position she held from 2009 to early 2013. Clinton also shares her thoughts on how to “navigate the challenges of the 21st century,”according to the website. It will be her second memoir after 2003’s Living History.

The publisher has not yet released a title or a design of the book’s sleeve, though its contents are highly anticipated in the period leading up to the 2016 Presidential election. Clinton is considered a front-runner for the Democratic Party’s nomination, though she has repeatedly refused to comment on whether or not she will run. According to the Associated Press, Clinton has said she’s weighing all of the demands of the position as Commander-in-Chief.

“The hard questions are not, ‘Do you want to be president?’ ‘Can you win?’ The hard questions are, ‘Why? Why would you want to do this?’ and “What? What could you offer that could make a difference?” she reportedly said during a speech in San Francisco on Tuesday.

The book’s summer release would offer Clinton an opportunity to discuss her thoughts on the Obama administration as well as the potential challenges that lie ahead, on a promotional tour that could double as a practice round for a campaign many consider to be inevitable.

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