Katy Perry Offers to Write Hillary Clinton Campaign Theme Song

"You already did! Keep letting us hear you Roar," the former Secretary of State responded to the pop star.
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Maybe Hillary Clinton will take up Katy Perry's offer to write a campaign theme song.

The former secretary of state, currently on a media tour to promote her book, Hard Choices, replied to the pop star's Friday offer, mentioning Perry's hit song "Roar." 

Clinton, who has given high-profile interviews to ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox News and CNN in the last several weeks, has been diligent about promoting her new book. (The politician has been so on-message, in fact, that the Daily Show ran a segment on June 18 noting the many times Clinton mentions the title of her book during a CNN town hall.)

On Thursday, Clinton appeared in Los Angeles at The Grove's Barnes & Noble book signing. Glee actor Chris Colfer was there and tweeted about getting a signed copy of the book. 

Perry may have to wait a bit longer before writing a campaign song. Clinton has been insistent in interviews that she has no plans to announce a run for president anytime soon, though she told ABC News' Diane Sawyer she'll make a decision by "the end of the year."