Report: Hillary Clinton to investigate UFOs, addresses alien visitation

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens during a town hall style campaign event, Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, at South Church in Portsmouth, N.H. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

In a piece written ahead of the New Year, The Conway Daily Sun reports that Hillary Clinton will take a closer look at UFOs and alleged extraterrestrial visitations.

The paper reports the presidential hopeful recalled a 2007 exchange with a reporter about UFOs. According to the report, Clinton had said in 2007 that the "No. 1 topic of freedom-of-information requests that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, received at his library was UFOs."

"Yes, I'm going to get to the bottom of it," Clinton told the New Hampshire paper during a campaign stop.

In a 2014 interview on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," former President Bill Clinton said there were no aliens at Area 51, and he had paperwork pulled on Roswell for review.

"If you saw that there were aliens there, would you tell us?" asked Kimmel.

"Ya," responded Clinton, "I would."

"We know now we live in an ever expanding universe. We know that there are billions of stars and planets literally out there," said Clinton.

"It makes it increasingly less likely that we're alone."

When asked by The Conway Sun about her husband's comments, Hillary said, "I think we may have been (visited already). We don't know for sure."

In 2015, Kimmel tried asking President Barack Obama a similar line of questions.

"Did you look, did you see, did you explore?" asked Kimmel.

"I can't reveal anything," Obama replied.

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