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Posted January 04, 2020 10:08:00Hillary Clinton is ready for the presidential election and looking forward to fighting for her legacy.

In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, the former secretary of state told the network she is “absolutely” looking forward and that she is confident the country will elect her next president.

She said she is a “very confident” candidate, but she does not want to overpromise.

“I am a very confident person and I will deliver,” Clinton said.

Clinton said the key to winning is making sure the country is better off than it was in 2016.

She pointed to how she was able to pass comprehensive immigration reform, but was attacked for not doing enough on cybersecurity, despite a $3 billion cybersecurity fund.

“So that is where I am in the process of trying to build on what we have done and continue to get the economy back on track,” Clinton added.

“I’m confident we will get the job done.”

Clinton said that she does have some differences with the other candidates on certain issues, but they all want to help.

“On healthcare, I don’t think the president is really doing it.

So I think we can make the healthcare system better, and I think that will be a big part of what we do in the campaign,” she said.

Hillary Clinton on health care, cybersecurity, and voting.

Hillary has been an outspoken critic of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and has argued it is not working for people and that the law is the “best way to do it.”

On cybersecurity, she said she has concerns that the country does not have a robust cybersecurity infrastructure and that “the Russians hacked us.”

She also said she would focus on improving the healthcare experience for Americans and that has been one of the things she has focused on in her campaign.

Clinton’s focus on healthcare and the cybersecurity is important for her because she has argued the ACA is a huge step forward.

Clinton told Blitzer that she will be the best candidate for the country to bring the ACA to life.

She also noted that she has the most experience in the healthcare field.

She is running for president for the first time in 2020.

Clinton has already won the primary in New Hampshire, and won the general election in Iowa in 2016 with a razor-thin margin.

She also won the Democratic primary in 2016, but lost to Bernie Sanders in the general.

The former first lady is expected to formally announce her candidacy in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, January 13.