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Trump: Hillary Will Run for President in 2016

Thursday, 29 Mar 2012 11:16 AM

By Newsmax Wires

Real estate billionaire Donald Trump says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton probably will run for president in 2016.

Trump offered effusive praise for both Hillary and former President Bill Clinton during an interview with Greta Van Susteren on Fox News Wednesday night. "Hillary Clinton, I think, is a terrific woman,” Trump said. “I mean, I'm a little biased because I've known her for years . . . I’ve known her and her husband for years, and I really like them a lot.”

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So what are Hillary Clinton’s virtues? “I think she really works hard,” he said. “And again, she's given an agenda, it's not all her, but I think . . . she does a good job, and I like her."

As for whether Clinton will run in 2016, Trump said, "I think so . . . I think she probably runs after the next four years."

Asked whether he would support a Clinton candidacy, Trump said, "I don't want to get into this, because I'll get myself into trouble, but I just like her. I like her, and I like her husband. He's a really good guy, and she's a really good person and woman."

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