Clinton in Denver: 'I'm not going anywhere'

She spoke about her book and about last year's presidential campaign.

DENVER - Former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton stopped by Denver Thursday night to say she's not going anywhere.

"I'm not going anywhere, except right in the middle of the debate about our future," she told a gathered crowd in downtown Denver.

She stopped by the Mile High City to promote her book, speaking in front of a large crowd.

Clinton spoke on a variety of topics, including sexism in politics.

"If we want to get sexism out of politics, we need more women in politics," she said.

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