CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- For the first time in recent memory, Democratic presidential front-runner and Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton spoke openly about her religious roots, according to The Washington Post.
Clinton spoke to about 7,000 women at the United Methodist Women Assembly on Saturday, April 26, in Louisville, Ky. In her address, the former secretary of state discussed her relationship with her youth pastor in Illinois and her experiences in religious groups at Wellesley College, The Washington Post said.
Clinton caught flak during her last presidential campaign in 2008, both by conservatives and liberals for different reasons, The Washington Post reported.
Clinton has yet to announce if she plans to run for president in 2016.
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