HILLARY Clinton is unrecognizable in this picture from 1974.
The black-and-white photo shows a young Clinton, then Rodham, decades ago in Washington, DC.
The picture of the former first lady and secretary of state was originally taken by David Hume Kennerly, an iconic American photographer.
In it, Hillary Rodham and John Doar, former chief counsel of the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry, are at the US Capitol.
The pair is bringing impeachment charges against President Richard Nixon in the Judiciary Committee hearing room.
Clinton worked on the House of Representatives' impeachment inquiry against President Nixon soon after graduating from Yale Law School.
President Nixon became the first American president to ever resign in 1974.
The following year, Hillary Rodham married future president Bill Clinton in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
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Clinton has mostly been laying low after serving a career in public service for nearly three decades.
After losing the 2016 presidential election, she stepped back from the spotlight and began pursuing other projects.
Aside from being a lawyer and first lady, Hillary is a published author, philanthropist, public speaker, and diplomat.
She has released multiple books throughout her career, including one with her daughter Chelsea titled The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience.
She has also launched an interview podcast in collaboration with iHeartRadio titled You and Me Both.
Will Hillary run for president again in 2024?
Clinton might have one more chance to lead the Democrats in the next presidential election in 2024.
This would mean that she would potentially face off against Donald Trump for a second time.
"Given the likelihood that Democrats will lose control of Congress in 2022, we can anticipate that Mrs. Clinton will begin shortly after the midterms to position herself as an experienced candidate capable of leading Democrats on a new and more successful path," Douglas E. Schoen and Andrew Stein wrote in the Wall Street Journal.
The prediction comes after Clinton has recently given a number of interviews, sparking rumors she could be plotting a comeback.
If she were to run for president, it would mean President Joe Biden could be replaced by the party.
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