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Hillary Revamps 2008 Website

Tuesday, 05 Feb 2013 07:56 AM

In another sign that she may not be stepping away from politics, Hillary Clinton has set up shop on the Internet. The former secretary of state created a new website, HillaryClintonOffice.com, on Jan. 31.

According to Politico, the site contains nothing more so far than a picture of Clinton and a contact form. Registered through GODaddy.com, it was last updated on Feb. 1.

Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign site, HillaryClinton.com, now links to the new Web address.

Clinton, 65, has not yet confirmed her future plans since she stepped down on Feb. 1 from her post as the nation’s top diplomat. But she has said she will refocus her efforts on speaking and writing, and will continue advocating for women's rights around the world.

She has also suggested she may work for the Clinton Global Initiative, the foundation led by her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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