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Foreshadowing, much? Clinton speaks at a podium in front of the presidential seal in 1999, perhaps in a nod to her future political plans.
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The former secretary of state has plenty of experience with both the military and foreign affairs: Here she (and daughter Chelsea, then age 16) chat with U.S. troops in Bosnia in 1996.
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A WOMAN OF THE WORLD
On one of many international visits she took as first lady, this one in 1995, Clinton stands out in front of India's Taj Mahal with Chelsea, then 15.
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RUBBING ELBOWS WITH ROYALS
Clinton has also hobnobbed with a variety of famous figures, like Princess Diana, seen here with the first lady in 1996 at the White House.
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AND MEETING CUTIES
Clinton and 15-year-old Chelsea cuddle a couple of too-adorable babies in India in 1995.
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During Bill's presidency, Clinton also raised Chelsea (here at her 1997 high school graduation in D.C.), who spent ages 13 to 20 living within the White House walls, experiencing every teenage milestone under public scrutiny. She's blossomed into a gorgeous, self-assured woman — one who surely has plenty of wisdom to pass along to her daughter, Charlotte, and son, Aidan.
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A SOURCE OF SUPPORT
A win always feels good – a presidential win, however, likely takes the cake. Here, the Clintons can't hide their joy as he's announced as the next president-elect of the United States in 1992.
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In 1993, Clinton stands to the side as her husband Bill is sworn in as president of the United States on the U.S. Capitol steps.
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Just six months after her husband's inauguration, Clinton gets to work, visiting Tokyo, Japan, for the annual G7 Summit in 1993.
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READY TO RETURN?
If elected, not only would Clinton be the nation's first female president, but also the first spouse of a former president to serve in the role.
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FROM THE HEARTLAND
Clinton's political career has taken her all over the world, but as this photo shows, she'll always have a soft spot for home. The presidential hopeful throws out the first pitch at Chicago's Wrigley Field, just miles from her suburban Chicago hometown of Park Ridge, in 1994.
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PRESIDENT GRANDMA TO YOU
If the family returns to Washington, it'll be Chelsea's 4-month-old son Aidan taking the title as youngest in the family as the Clintons continue to settle into their titles as grandma and grandpa.
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Since leaving the White House, Clinton has served as a U.S. senator from New York and President Obama's secretary of state.