Hillary Clinton has whirlwind day of public appearances in Chicago

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The guessing game continues about whether or not Hillary Clinton will run in the next president race.

The former Secretary of State was in Chicago Wednesday with a schedule packed-full of events.

First stop, McCormick Place, where she served as keynote speaker for a medical conference lunch and where she couldn’t resist talking about her new role as grandma.

Next, Clinton popped in at the Barnes and Noble on State and Jackson where she shook hands and drank coffee, alongside Gov Pat Quinn. She also joined Quinn at a fundraiser for his reelection.

Then, before a sold-out crowd of 950 people, The Fairmont served as the backdrop for the former Secretary of State and First Lady, as she discussed politics, economics, her time in the White House and even the state of affairs in the Middle East as the President declares war on ISIS.

J.B. Pritzker moderated the conversation, put together by the Economic Club of Chicago with attendees paying $200 dollars a plate.

Pritzker never asked Clinton if she plans to run for president in 2016.



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