WATCH: Hillary is running again? Clinton stars in skit promoting Columbia course

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton waves to well-wishers following an appearance at Barnard College. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

WATCH: Hillary is running again? Clinton stars in skit promoting Columbia course

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Hillary is running again?

Former Secretary of State and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is going viral after starring in a skit to promote her new foreign policy course at Columbia University.

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The skit sees students at the Ivy League school freaking out when it is shared that “Hillary is running again!” only to have Clinton run into a room with Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo excited to teach.

“Hillary, you’re running again?” Yarhi-Milo asks.

“Well, I sure am, Keren,” Clinton responds. “I just got here early for the new class we’re teaching together on foreign policy decision-making.”

“I wanted to be prepared, Keren,” she adds. “When it comes to crisis situations, you’ve always got to be prepared.”

The course is titled “Inside the Situation Room,” according to a Wednesday press release from Columbia.

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“In an era increasingly defined by geopolitical competition, it is more important than ever for future policymakers to understand why and how foreign policy decisions are made,” the release read. “Inside the Situation Room, co-taught by Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo, employs insights from diverse academic fields — including political psychology, domestic politics, and international relations — and the direct experience of high level principals in the room to understand the key factors which underpin a nation’s most crucial decisions.”

“This course allows students to engage with a range of case studies and examine decision-making in a variety of historical and contemporary contexts, from the search for Osama bin Laden, to the ‘red line’ in Syria, to negotiating with Iran.”

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