Chelsea Clinton
She has always denied plans to run for public office Win McNamee/ Getty Images

Chelsea Clinton has insisted that she has no plans to fun for public office. The former first daughter was responding to a tweet from Vox senior correspondent Matt Yglesias, after he tweeted about a New York state primary.

"I'm not running for anything," Clinton said, adding she may need to make her "periodic reminder" more often.

Clinton also shared a tweet from Yglesias: "So who from Left Twitter is going to step up, move from Brooklyn to White Plains, and challenge Chelsea in the NY-17 primary?"

But after many thought that her answers were too vague, she replied saying: "Goodness gracious!," "I've no plans. How much clearer can I be (since you ask for clarity)?"

She also joked that "apparently twice a day reminder was optimistic". Clinton has repeatedly denied that she will run for office.

In March, she spoke about the matter to Variety magazine saying: "I am not running for public office," she said in the March interview with the publication.

"I really am constantly surprised by the stories of me running for, fill in the blank – Congress, Senate, City Council, the presidency. I really find this all rather hysterical, because I've been asked this question a lot throughout my life, and the answer has never changed."

The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton was thrust into the spotlight during the 2016 presidential campaign while her mother tried to fend off Donald Trump.

After Clinton's shock defeat in November, there were suggestions that Chelsea should enter into politics.