Hillary Rodham Clinton with Diane Sawyer video: 'Golden Girls' and good health


ABC News will air a lengthy interview between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Diane Sawyer on Monday (June 9), and a video showing highlights from that chat indicates that it will cover just about everything. Find out about Clinton's health, POW opinions and views on "Golden Girls" in advance of "Hillary Clinton: Public and Private -- One on One with Diane Sawyer."

Because this is officially a book tour and not an interview to announce Clinton's run for the Presidency in 2016 (although of course it is related to that too), the former Senator, First Lady and Secretary of State discusses policy issues like President Obama's decision to bring a POW home from Afghanistan via a prisoner exchange.

Discussions of Clinton's health and age, however, may be more interesting. "It's very good, thank you," Clinton says with a smile when asked about her health following a highly publicized fall and concussion. The politician points out that all recover was under doctor's orders and that she is now on blood thinners.

As for the question of her age, Clinton is definitely ready to have some fun with that. When asked about how her political aspirations may resemble the "Golden Girls" TV show, Clinton may have the best answer ever: "That was a very popular, long-running TV series."

The full, one-hour interview will air on ABC Monday, June 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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