This has been a very exciting weekend for presidential hopefuls and the people who blog about them: Vice President Biden moved one step closer to declaring his candidacy, Donald Trump said some creepy things to teens, Ben Carson revealed his inner racist, and Bernie Sanders humblebragged about all the celebrities who love him (can't discount that crucial David Crosby vote!). Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton made her first appearance on a morning news show in years, and confirmed for skeptics that she is not a robot, android, cyborg, or any other variation of synthetic organism. It seems those replicated emotions are really coming in handy now!

CBS Face the Nation moderator John Dickerson asked Clinton to name three words that describe "the real Hillary Clinton" this morning. She responded: "Just three? I can't possibly do that!" Clinton said, mimicking the "laughing" human gesture. "I mean, look, I am a real person with all the pluses and minuses that go along with being that. And I've been in the public eye for so long that I think, you know, it's like the feature that you see in some magazines sometimes, 'Real people actually go shopping,' you know?" IT FEELS GREAT TO BE A REAL PERSON.

And just like a real person might, Clinton offered a second response to the question later in the interview: "I cannot imagine anyone being more of an outsider than the first woman president," Clinton said. "I know you're asking, 'Do we want people who have never been elected to anything, who have no political experience, who have never made any hard choices in the public area?' Well, voters are going to have to decide that."

One thing is for sure: unlike many of her Republican adversaries, Clinton isn't afraid to talk in specifics about her presidential platforms, addressing her desire to strengthen the Affordable Health Care Act ("The Supreme Court has twice upheld it, yet the Congress has voted more than 50 times to repeal it. Let's get beyond that, enough is enough."), Planned Parenthood and abortion rights ("This gets back to whether you respect a woman's right to choose or not"), the Syrian refugee crisis ("I would like to see us move from what is a good start with 10,000 to 65,000") and more.

She also addressed Biden's possible candidacy ("I just have the greatest respect and affection for him and I think everybody just ought to give him the space to decide what’s best for his family") and Trump's idiocy, specifically regarding his refusal to correct people who believe President Obama is a Muslim.

He is fueling a level of paranoia and prejudice against all kinds of people. When you light those fires you better recognize they can get out of control and he should start dampening them down and putting them out. To play into some of the worst impulses people have these days that are really being lit up by the internet and other conspiracy minded theories is irresponsible. It’s appalling.

You can watch the full CBS interview below.