In an interview that airs Sunday on CNN’s State of the Union, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tells CNN Senior Political Correspondent Candy Crowley that both she and daughter Chelsea are still on the look out for the perfect dresses for Chelsea’s upcoming wedding.
“Well, if you don't tell anybody, Candy, we're - we're still looking,” Clinton told Crowley, who recently had to buy a dress for her eldest son’s wedding. And it's - it's a new status for me being an MOTB [mother of the bride]. But I'm very proud to have that status,” the secretary of state added.
“Good - good luck on the search. That's all I have to say,” Crowley advised Clinton.
“We're working on it,” Clinton assured Crowley.
The secretary of state was also diplomatic about Sunday’s big Super Bowl battle between the Indianapolis Colts and the New Orleans Saints
“Oh, you know, I don't answer football questions,” Clinton said when asked who she was rooting for in Sunday’s game. “Because to be honest, I don't follow it.
“Now if my husband were sitting here,” Clinton continued, “he would give you a very long exegesis as to why one team was better than the other. But I'll just leave it to see what happens at the Super Bowl.”
Asked whether the former president has given her any suggestions about which team she should support, Clinton insisted both she and her husband had no dog in Sunday’s fight.
“Well, no. Because neither of them are our teams. I mean it - there's not a New York team. I mean we're - you know, so we're just interested observers.”