It often doesn’t seem like there’s a whole lot of “good news” that comes out of Hillary Clinton’s mouth (if any at all). However, the former First Lady just made a statement that’s going to make all the Republicans out there incredibly happy.

According to the Chicago Tribune, Clinton has made the confirmation that she will not be running for President any longer. “As an active politician it’s over. I am done with being a candidate,” she said during a CBS interview.

Unfortunately, that’s where the rejoicing ceases. Clinton also made a point of adding that she is nowhere near done with politics, and that she feels strongly that the future of the nation is at stake.

Clinton says that, after 10 months, she is not complacent about her loss. However, she says she is willing to follow in the footsteps of people such as Al Gore, Mitt Romney, and John McCain – those that lost the presidential election, and yet are making positive efforts and changes despite the loss.

“I will speak out on the causes I care about, campaign for other Democrats, and do whatever I can to build the infrastructure we need to succeed,” Hillary said in her recent memoir, What Happened.

That’s not all. Clinton is also using her book to confess to many of her mistakes while preparing for the presidential election as a candidate.

“The most important of the mistakes I made was using personal email,” Clinton said. In the memoir, she gives a lengthy defense about her reasonings for this decision, as well as the scrutiny surrounding her actions.

However, she also makes sure to dish out blame in the book as well. For instance, she uses the memoir to bash former FBI Director James Comey for speaking out about his investigations just days before the election.

She also discusses suspicious Russian interference, and Trump’s ties with Russia.

However, Clinton also admits that her choice to receive payment for speeches to Wall Street firms gave Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders ammunition to use against her. While she claims the motive of these speeches was to be “interesting” to the listeners, she says it was a foolish choice to make.

“My opponents spun wild tales about what terrible things I must have said behind closed doors and how as president I would be forever in the pocket of the shadowy bankers who had paid my speaking fees. I should have seen that coming,” Clinton wrote. “When you know why you’re doing something and you know there’s nothing more to it and certainly nothing sinister, it’s easy to assume that others will see it the same way.”