VAN SUSTEREN: How much time are you spending on the road doing this? I mean, how -- how much of your attention?
CLINTON: Well, now that the campaign is over, I do as near to full- time as I can. I want -- I'm working toward the day when I'll be completely dividing my time between the Clinton Global Initiative and the activities of my own foundation.
You know, we have a big AIDS project, a big childhood obesity project in America, a huge global warming project in 40 cities on six continents, and a major economic development project in countries that have mining, where we're trying to redo the economy and make them sustainable, and lots of other things.
And the third thing I have is the School of Public Service around my library at the university in Arkansas. And I'm moving as quick as I can to be full-time on all of that.
And I'm -- I will never again, I don't think, be as involved in any kind of political activity as I was when Hillary was running. And ever since the campaign is over, I have moved aggressively to get back in, get ready for CGI, and get my other foundation stuff going.
Was that an incautious mental slip indicating that in the Clintons' minds this campaign is indeed over, or was Bill signaling the Obama folks that if they want the Clintons' support they better think about dumping Jivin' Joe? Certainly does have to make one wonder just how concerned the Clintons are about getting Obama elected.