CHICAGO Hillary Rodham Clinton is set to sit down with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to discuss her new book.
The potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate is scheduled to appear with Emanuel early Wednesday as part of Chicago Ideas Week.
The sold-out event is the latest stop on a tour for Clinton's book, "Hard Choices." The book was released Tuesday.
In a series of interviews Clinton has dropped hints she's seriously considering running in 2016.
She's also said she and former President Bill Clinton were "dead broke" when they left the White House. The comments drew criticism from Republicans that she's out-of-touch with everyday Americans' financial struggles.
Emanuel was a senior adviser to former President Clinton. He was chief of staff to President Barack Obama while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.