Hillary Clinton says Vladimir Putin helped influence United States election

19 April, 2017, 01:10 | Author: Jonathon Greene
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Hillary Clinton said that the United States of America should take out the Syrianair force completely.

'As a person, I'm OK.

Clinton noted that she had advocated for a no-fly zone in Syria after leaving government, something that Obama opposed.

Hours before that, Hillary Clinton gave an interview to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof at an event in New York where she expressed support for a USA strike on Syrian airfields.

"It was a theft", she said. "I think we should've been more willing to confront Assad".

Clinton also addressed alleged Russian interference attempting to swing the election towards her 2016 opponent, President Trump. She said that Republicans should also be concerned of what Russian Federation did. Clinton declined to weigh in on the latter.

"When I left the State Department as Secretary of State, I had, like, a 64 percent approval rating".

Women are outnumbered on both sides of the aisle. Clinton gave her first interview after the Monica Lewinsky scandal in the inaugural issue of Brown's now-defunct magazine, Talk. She said in March she was "ready to come out of the woods" and shed the low profile she's maintained since November.

"By the time they finished with me, I was Typhoid Mary", she said, attributing her sharp decline in popularity to sexism directed against women who display ambition.

Who's to blame for her loss? "There are lots of contributing factors, as there would be to any big enterprise like this".

She said the combination of Comey's actions and the WikiLeaks' revelations "had the determinative effect".

The former first lady, US senator, secretary of state and presidential candidate, who is of French-Canadian descent on her mother's side, is also a distant cousin of singers Madonna, Celine Dion and Alanis Morissette. I think in any campaign there are so many cross currents and events and have some greater impact than others.

Lastly, Clinton blamed misogyny for her loss - an unexpected end to a long journey and one she described as "devastating". "I reckon they hadn't even read the bill". "I don't think I will look into ever running for office again", she said. "I am looking at doing interesting things", she said. "Boy, do I relate to this", said Clinton, paraphrasing Eleanor Roosevelt.

Trump said Thursday that "something should happen" with regard to Assad, after referring to the deadly attack as a "heinous" and "horrific" act against innocent people the previous day.

With men, success and ambition are correlated with likability, so the more successful a man is, the more likable he becomes!

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