Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has promised that if she is elected as the next president of the United States she will "get to the bottom" of questions and controversy over what the U.S. government knows about UFOs and aliens.
Clinton reportedly made the promise during an interview with The Conway Daily Sun reporter Daymond Steer while campaigning in New Hampshire.
When Steer asked the Democratic candidate about her position on UFOs and ETs and whether she would support efforts by UFO disclosure groups, she answered, "Yes, I am going to get to the bottom of it."
Clinton admitted that she realizes that Earth may have been visited by extraterrestrials. She also said that if was elected as executive president she would set up a task force to investigate Area 51, the top secret Air Force base in Nevada where UFO enthusiasts believe alien UFO and corpses recovered from the 1947 Roswell, New Mexico, crash site were kept for reverse-engineering research purposes.
Clinton's latest statements are consistent with what is known about her previous involvement, along with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, in alleged efforts to have secret UFO files released to the public.
It is known that in 1993, when Bill Clinton was president, the billionaire Laurance Rockefeller asked him to release all UFO files.