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Clinton lists her top priorities

By Agencies in Santa Clara, California | China Daily | Updated: 2015-02-26 07:27

Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday that if she decides to seek the White House again she would try to encourage Republicans and Democrats to solve problems.

Clinton, the leading Democratic contender, should she run, referred to a presidential campaign in hypothetical terms during an interview on stage at a women's conference in Silicon Valley. But she said anyone who mounts a campaign for president in 2016 should make economic growth and restoring rising wages top priorities, along with rebuilding trust and cooperation.

Clinton has kept a low profile so far this year but is starting to take a more public approach as she heads toward an expected 2016 campaign for president. Polls show her with a commanding lead over other potential Democratic candidates such as US Vice-President-Joe Biden. The Republican race is wide open, with polls showing the leading potential candidates, including former Florida governor Jeb Bush, separated only by a few percentage points.

Clinton lists her top priorities

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