Secretary of State Hillary Clinton steps down Friday amid intense speculation about what her future holds. Even before stepping down, there is a new Hillary Clinton super PAC launched for 2016.
"I don't think we have any idea," said Hillary Clinton's former adviser Ann Lewis on Jansing & Co., about the secretary's plans for 2016. "First she's going to take a rest...She has really worked so hard over the last four years. This is literally a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week job. And she's going to take some time, put her feet up, take a nap."
"I feel pretty confident that whatever it is [she does], it's going to include some kind of public service because the Hillary Clinton that I've known for over 20 years is someone who's very dedictated to public service," msnbc Political Analyst Karen Finney told Chris Jansing.
During her term as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton logged nearly 1 million miles and visted 112 countries.
"The time she spent traveling, meeting with other leaders and meeting...with the young people, with civic society in those countries, I've got to say after eight years of the Bush-Cheney Administration, it was really important for the people to see that America was back in that very positive way," said Lewis.