Did LBJ predict a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidency?

President Lyndon Johnson created in 1967 what one feminist writer called "affirmative action for women" when he got Congress to enact a law providing equal opportunity for women in the armed forces. At that time, Johnson said that he could one day envision a female commander in chief. Nearly fifty years later, that is a distinct possibility. Johnson aide Joseph A. Califano discusses LBJ's work to attain equal rights for women.