Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday that she would make a decision soon about whether she will run for president in 2016.
According to the Texas newspaper The Monitor,
Clinton made the comments at a Texas fundraising event March 23 for the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation during a question-and-answer session with Doctors Hospital at Renaissance CEO Israel Rocha.
When Rocha asked the former first lady if she would run in 2016, Clinton said she "would make a decision soon," Abby Reyna, an attendee at the event, told The Monitor.
Another attendee, Democratic state Rep. Bobby Guerra gave a different version of what he recalled Clinton as having said, according to The Monitor.
"She said she would make a decision at sometime in the future, at the appropriate time," Guerra said.
Clinton made a speech at the event about the state of U.S. healthcare and also talked about some of the lessons she learned from other countries as secretary of state.
She also discussed the education initiatives of the Clinton Foundation, The Monitor reported.
A ticket to the event cost $1,000, with sponsorship levels ranging from $2,500 to $15,000.
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