WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is planning to return to the White House for an event on wildlife trafficking.
An invitation sent out by the White House says the event will take place Monday afternoon. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and other officials will also attend.
The event focuses on efforts to combat wildlife trafficking and ways the government can work together with outside groups on the issue.
The visit is likely to attract attention because of the widespread speculation that the former first lady may run again for president in 2016. Many Democratic groups are urging her to run.
Clinton stepped down as secretary of state in February. In July, she had lunch with President Barack Obama at the White House.
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