"I'm excited about the opportunity to stretch myself and grow," Hill said in a statement issued through her publisher. "I hope that by sharing some very personal experiences in this memoir - things I've never shared publicly before - people will have a better understanding of who I am. I also hope by sharing my story, people realize their circumstances don't have to dictate their capabilities or contributions."
"He's had no desire to really move the conversation," she said. "There are people who you disagree with who you can have a good conversation with because both parties come into it wanting to be 10 percent closer. That's not the spirit of what he does, ever."
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