Clinton 'Ready to Come Out of the Woods'

The momentum for Hillary Clinton's return to politics is piling on.

Clinton is already scheduled to make several public appearances in the coming months, including giving the commencement address at her alma matter, Wellesley College, on May 26.

Other than us seeing Hillary Clinton walking in the woods with a Twitter user, at Donald Trump's inauguration, and getting made fun of for not wearing make up she's been rather reclusive. It became a meme, with social media users collectively wondering whether she'd ever fully emerge from her life of woodland hermitude.

As she outlines her blueprint to return to forefront politics, her daughter Chelsea will publish a children's book whose title is inspired by an attempt to silence a female U.S. senator that drew outrage from women's rights activists.

It's impossible to know just yet what Clinton's next move will be, or whether it will involve an attempted return to elected politics. And the former secretary of state spoke of increasing her public profile mere days after TMZ reported Clinton is "thinking" about running for mayor of New York City. All things considered, Clinton's comments aren't that surprising, especially when you take into account the rising rate of mental health issues which began to spike following the election. We can't just ignore or turn a cold shoulder because we disagree politically. She is now working on a book of essays, which will include her loss to Donald Trump, and will make the commencement address at her alma mater, Wellesley College, Mass. on May 26.

  • Larry Hoffman