Hillary Clinton Town Hall Set for CNN With ‘No Subject Off Limits’

Expect the former Secretary of State to be asked about Benghazi and her plans for 2016

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Hillary Clinton’s town hall later this month will air on CNN, with the network’s chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour moderating the event, the cable news channel announced on Tuesday.

The town hall, taking place at the Newseum in Washington DC on June 17, will focus on the former Secretary of State’s new memoir, “Hard Choices.” CNN notes, however, that there will be “no subjects off limits” as she answers questions from Amanpour and the live audience.

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“Hard Choices,” which will hit shelves on June 10, is the politician’s second. According to publisher Simon & Schuster, Clinton shares candid reflections about key moments during her time as Secretary of State as well as her thoughts about how to navigate the challenges of the 21st century.

CNN plans to dedicate an entire evening of coverage to the event, likely due to speculation that she will once again be running for president in 2016.

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Leading up to the broadcast, Jake Tapper will anchor a special hour of “The Lead” live from the Newseum, and Wolf Blitzer will anchor “The Situation Room” from the Newseum after the town hall is finished.