Chelsea Clinton answered questions posed to her regarding her mother, Hillary Clinton’s, potential 2016 presidential bid, as well as the possibility of her own political future in a Today show interview.
Chelsea Clinton, 31, made her debut as a "special correspondent" for NBC's "Making a Difference" series on Monday night, appearing on Rock Center with Brian Williams to report about the volunteer efforts of Annette Dove, an Arkansas educator who runs an after-school program for disadvantaged youth.
Chelsea Clinton, 31, has a new job. NBC has hired the former first daughter as a full-time correspondent, on which she will start out as part of the "Making a Difference" series, which runs on NBC Nightly News and features people who make meaningful contributions to their communities through volunteer work.
President Bill Clinton rang in his 65th birthday on Saturday night at the Hollywood Bowl with a star-studded charity fundraiser called "A Decade of Difference," celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Clinton Foundation.
Last week, the tabloids were abuzz with news that Chelsea Clinton, 30, and her hubby Marc Mezvinsky, 33, were on the rocks. Fueling the fire were whispers that the couple had gotten into a shouting match, and the news seemed all but corroborated when Marc quit his job as an investment banker and hightailed it out to Wyoming to ski.