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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will give her first national television interview since announcing her presidential bid Tuesday evening.

Though she has kept the press at a distance, she will sit down with Brianna Keilar for an interview to be aired by "The Situation Room," CNN reports.

This will be her first national national media sit down in 86 days, according to the Daily Caller. So far she has only done interviews with local reporters in early primary states.

The announcement of Clinton's TV debut comes just days after her PR disaster as she warded off reporters¬†with a rope during a New Hampshire parade. It was supposedly an attempt to create visibility for voters to her, but it resulted in images like this:

[caption id="attachment_139634" align="aligncenter" width="1449"] Image via CNN 

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