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DNC expects Clinton's help in '14

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Democratic National Committee chair says she expects Hillary Rodham Clinton to help Democrats raise money in the fall.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz says in an interview to air Sunday on C-SPAN that she has talked about it with Clinton.

Wasserman Schultz says Clinton will help Democrats "across the country to get elected" and will help the DNC, too.

Clinton has said she will help Democrats before the November elections but has not specified what she would do.

The potential presidential candidate has been focused on a tour to promote her new book about her four years as secretary of state.

Wasserman Schultz is a Florida congresswoman.

She says Vice President Joe Biden "could be a standard-bearer" for the party and lists a number of other potential presidential candidates.

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