Clinton: Will have 'specific agenda' if she runs


WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says if she runs for the White House in 2016 she will have "a very specific agenda" but acknowledges in an interview that the job of president has "gotten even bigger and more difficult."

The former secretary of state says in an interview with PBS' Charlie Rose that her final decision will be "wholly personal," and she does not want to decide until after she becomes a grandmother later this year. The interview was airing Thursday and Friday.

Clinton leads Democratic presidential primary polls by wide margins but has not yet decided whether to run for president again.

Hours after a Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down, Clinton said European leaders should put more pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin if Russia was involved in the tragedy.

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