Hillary Clinton in San Francisco Visit Talks Possible Run for President, Being a Grandmother

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    Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signs her book, "Hard Choices" at the Book Passage in San Francisco, and poses for a photo with former mayor Willie Brown. Mark Matthews reports.

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in the Bay Area as part of a national tour promoting her book, "Hard Choices."

    Clinton, who is considering running for president in 2016, on Wednesday spoke to hundreds of supporters who packed the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco. She discussed the importance of continuing to work on creating a better future.

    "Middle income declining, poverty increasing as growth goes to those at the top," Clinton said. "We need to work together again for the common good."

    Hillary Clinton's Book Tour Stops in San Francisco

    [BAY] Hillary Clinton's Book Tour Stops in San Francisco
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in the Bay Area as part of a national tour promoting her book, "Hard Choices." Jean Elle reports.

    But Clinton also discussed why she is not committed to a run for president. The former First Lady is expecting a grandchild.

    "Ready to experience being a grandmother," she said. "I want to look at new life without looking over my shoulder wondering what calls I need to make."

    Clinton is scheduled to appear at a book signing at The Book Passage in San Francisco at 8:30 a.m. Thursday. Tickets, available on the bookstore's website, cost $40 and include the chance to meet Clinton and receive a signed copy of her book.