Hillary Clinton: "I May Not Be Youngest Candidate In This Race," But I've Been Coloring My Hair For Years

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Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton makes a campaign stump speech in Columbia, South Carolina where she jokes about dying her hair for years.

"You’re not going to see me turn white in the White House," Clinton joked.

After telling supporters she has spent her adult life "going to bat" for our country, Clinton reminded the crowd she has seen the presidency "up close and personal."

"I do know how hard this job I am seeking is," Clinton said Wednesday. "I have seen it up close and personal. You're not going to catch me wondering what it's like. Instead, I'm spending my time planning for what I will do for you when I get there."

HILLARY CLINTON: You know, I've spent my adult life going to bat for children, families and our country and I do know how hard this job I am seeking is. I have seen it up close and personal. You're not going to catch me wondering what it's like. Instead, I'm spending my time planning for what I will do for you when I get there.

All of our presidents come into office looking so vigorous. Think about what they look like on inauguration day. And then we watch them. They grow grayer and grayer, and by the time they leave, they’re as white as the building they live in.

Now, let me tell you. I’m aware I may not be the youngest candidate in this race, but I have one big advantage. I’ve been coloring my hair for years. So you’re not going to see me turn white in the White House.


(video via WSOC-TV's raw feed)

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