RWANDA, Africa (CNN) - Chelsea Clinton has not ruled out following in her parents' footsteps, but, during a stop in Rwanda, Africa, Clinton said she isn't ready for politics just yet.
"Not now. At the moment I'm grateful for the work I'm able to do throughout the Clinton Foundation in places like Rwanda. I know that I'm making a difference and that I never want to have a wasted day and I want to be able to wake up every day and think about how I can best be of service and for now that's this. I'm also grateful to live in a city and state and a country where I really believe in my elected officials and their ethos and their competencies. You know, if someday either of those weren't true and I thought I could make more of a difference in the public sector if I didn't like how my city or my state, or my country were being run, I'd have to ask and answer that question," said Clinton.
Chelsea and her father, President Bill Clinton, are on a nine day tour of Africa. They are visiting cities where the Clinton Foundation is working to improve conditions.