Chelsea Clinton made a bizarre statement that left everyone speechless

The media keeps trying to make Chelsea Clinton happen.

But even a softball interview blew up in her face.

She responded to one question with a bizarre answer that no one could believe.

Clinton appeared on CBS This Morning to promote her new book.

Interviewer Norah O’Donnell hurled softball questions at her.

Finally, the topic of running for office came up.

Clinton has been rumored to be seeking a political career.

Pundits speculate she may run for Congress in 2018.

But her answer revealed a massive ego and grand plans that stretch far beyond the House of Representatives.

Real Clear Life reports:

“Chelsea Clinton’s name won’t be appearing on the ballot in 2020, but the former first daughter hasn’t ruled out running for office in the future.

In an interview with CBS This Morning, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton specified that she has no intention of going toe-to-toe with President Donald Trump in the next presidential election.

“I’m definitely not the right person to defeat him in 2020,” she said. But when asked if she’d inevitably run for office because her parents were both politicians, she was vague, noting that all people should be willing to battle for policies and programs important to them. “I hope that politics is in all of our DNA,” she said.

“Right now, the answer is no,” she went on. “But I think we all need to be asking ourselves that question periodically. And I hope that a lot of young people kind of use the election to think, ‘Wow, like, should I run for public office? Am I the right person for a given job?’ Whether it’s for a school board or a senator.”

The Democratic field for 2020 is expected to be wide open.

Democrats such as Joe Biden, Corey Booker, Elizabeth Warrren, Andrew Cumo, Mark Warner, John Hickenlooper and Jerry Brown may toss their hats in the ring.

But no one had any notion that Chelsea Clinton would jump into the race.

That she jumped right to the Presidency when asked about running for office shows that the Clintons haven’t given up installing another family member in the White House.