Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton appeared on "The View" this week to talk about the upcoming election and the one thing she makes sure to plan her campaign appearances around.
Clinton said her campaign is carefully orchestrated to make certain she has time to see her granddaughter, 18-month-old Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.
The proud grandma, who has another grandchild coming this summer, said becoming a grandparent "is the most amazing experience." "It is like falling in love all over again," Clinton gushed.
With her busy schedule, the former Secretary of State said FaceTime is a godsend for helping her beat the "separation anxiety" she gets when being away from her granddaughter for too long. "FaceTime was invented for grandparents," Clinton said.
Charlotte is so adored by grandma and "Pop-Pop" Bill Clinton, they've both revealed they have taken their fair share of turns when it comes to diaper duty. The couple has been changed by their new role as grandparents, their daughter Chelsea Clinton has said, and has even given Bill Clinton something to bond over with fellow former president, George W. Bush.