There is no question that former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has had a close relationship with the current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Mrs. Clinton was the First Lady when Albright was at the State Department and the two have always have always been tight.
"She was a wonderful kind of partner," Albright said of her work with Clinton when she was in the White House. "In terms of a lot of the issues, we did a lot of tag team stuff abroad in terms of women's issues and human rights."
As someone who knows how difficult the job of Secretary of State can be, Albright believes Clinton has succeeded and has proved to be a terrific compliment to President Barack Obama.
"Secretary Clinton has been a remarkable Secretary of State," Albright said. "I think she has shown something interesting in that people who may not have agreed on something in the primary can see themselves as partners and they have carried out a very good foreign policy together."
Albright obviously thinks very highly of Clinton, but couldn't provide any insight into whether or not the former First Lady had designs on returning to the White House as president.
"I have no idea," she said flatly when I asked if she thought she might run.
However when I asked if Clinton should run, Albright wasn't quite as emphatic.
"Well, I have always thought that she should, um.... do whatever she wants to do," she responded with a smile.
Clinton has stated publicly that she isn't interested in running for president. It seems that those who are close to her, haven't quite ruled the possibility out quite yet.
See an extended clip from our interview with Madeleine Albright below:
Albright was at an event for President Obama today in Henrico. We talked to her about a number of issues connected to the 2012 campaign, including her take on the Libyan tragedy. We will have more on that tomorrow on Decision Virginia.