CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - Hillary Clinton is coming to South Florida.
The former secretary of state and New York senator will address students, faculty and guests at the University of Miami Wednesday. While the school did not specify what Clinton will talk about, she has spoken about her time as the nation's top diplomat in recent appearances.
Clinton has been traveling the country giving speeches at various trade industry events while considering another presidential campaign. The former first lady expects to make a decision whether to run later this year. She is also working on a memoir of her time as secretary of state.
Wednesday's speech raises her visibility in a key swing state and reunites her with an old friend.
University of Miami President Donna Shalala served in Bill Clinton's presidential cabinet.
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