Poll: Female U.S. President
Hillary Rodham Clinton says she hopes the U.S. will have a female president in her lifetime because it would send "exactly the right historic signal" to women and girls as well as men and boys.
The former secretary of state told a women's conference in Toronto on Thursday night that she will "certainly vote for the right woman to be president."
The speech wasn't open to the media, but a person in attendance posted a clip of Clinton's appearance on YouTube. Clinton has not said whether she'll seek the Democratic nomination in 2016.
Clinton says that "hypothetically speaking," she hopes the U.S. has a female president in her lifetime. She says it "depends on women stepping up and subjecting themselves to the political process," which she says is very difficult.
Tonight in the Daily Pulse we're wondering: Do you think the United States will have a female President in the next 25 years? Yes or no? Why or why not?