The former Democratic presidential nominee reflected Tuesday on the presidential contest during the Women for Women International's annual luncheon in NY. She took personal responsibility for the campaign's mistakes, but did not question her strategy and praised her staff. I was the person who was on the ballot.
When Amanpour suggested a tweet might be coming her way from the Oval Office, Clinton quipped, "better that than interfering in foreign affairs ..."
Clinton said jets were moved off the runway prior to the strike.
"He should worry less about the election and my winning the popular vote than doing some other things that would be important for the country".
She also acknowledged that misogyny did play a role in her loss, and that she'd elaborate on that in her book as well.
"Yes, I did support it. I didn't publicly support it because that wasn't my role".
According to McClatchy, Canter's conclusion "is shared broadly by other Democrats who have examined the data, including senior members of Clinton's campaign and officials at the Democratic data and analytics firm Catalist".
A significant portion of the interview was spent discussing possible reasons behind Clinton's loss in the presidential election with Clinton pointing the finger, if not by name, at Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"I'm now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance", Clinton said to cheers from the audience. "I don't believe that we alone are able to really put the pressure on this North Korean regime that needs to be placed", she explained.
De'Angelo Henderson: De'Angelo Henderson selected 203rd overall
Henderson, a WR out of Louisiana Tech, finished 2016 with 1,535 yards, good for fifth in the nation, and 31 total touchdowns. The only season he didn't reach the 1,000-yard plateau was his freshman year when he was injured for three games.
Even the sudden, unexpected success of Bernie Sanders as a potential Democratic candidate failed to wake up the Clinton campaign to the realities of what was happening.
In a series of speeches, Clinton has shown a willingness to knock the President, as was on display at Tuesday's interview.
The group has been vocal in their opposition to Trump, slamming many of his appointees and the Republican plan to defund the organization.
She was unplugged, candid and unvarnished, ditching the cautious, stilted political speak that has constrained her public persona for decades, seemingly now at a point of her life where she does not care what people think.
The prospect of regurgitating the most bitter election on record must horrify Americans who were forced to live through it for roughly two years. "You know, you'll read my confession and my request for absolution".
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Clinton's disses to Trump? "That was somewhat gratifying".
The popular vote has been a source of contention with Trump, who argues that he essentially won the popular vote over Hillary.
Clinton was also asked about her upcoming book, which is expected to be released this fall. Clinton sees the timing as highly suspicious.