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June 20, 2014 | 02:44PM PT

Through heavily promoted interviews and a CNN town hall, Hillary Clinton’s answer to the will-you-or-won’t-you question about 2016 is no longer news,  but an exercise in how she will tease the fact that she’s thinking about another run for the presidency.

On Thursday, as she accepted the William O. Douglas Award from legal advocacy organization Public Counsel, she came from behind a podium and paced back and forth before the crowd of about 1,500 that filled the Century Plaza Hotel ballroom.


Clinton did insist that she’s not focused on making a decision about 2016, but on becoming a grandmother, with daughter Chelsea expecting this fall.

Saying she was trying to stay “in the moment,” she said, “I’ve already run for president once. Becoming a grandmother is totally new and different.”

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