dglobalnews.com In Her First Interview, Clinton Admits To Post Election Loss Difficulties
Published: Mon, April 10, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

In Her First Interview, Clinton Admits To Post Election Loss Difficulties


Clinton on Friday urged the administration to "recognize that we can not in one breath speak of protecting Syrian babies and in the next close America's doors to them".

Hillary Clinton's first extensive on-stage interview since losing the presidential election in November was a big hit.

The air strikes came just days after a suspected sarin nerve agent attack by Assad on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun, which led to the agonizing deaths of 86 people including at least 27 children.

Speaking at the Women in the World Summit in NY before the strikes took place, Ms Clinton said she believed the U.S. had been wrong not to have previously launched such an offensive.

In an extensive interview with New York Times reporter Nicholas Kristof, Clinton covered a range of issues, including US intervention in Syria and the bipartisan investigation into Russian Federation election interference.

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It came as the United States on Thursday night struck the Shairat airbase in a response to the chemical weapons attack that killed dozens of civilians in Idlib province. She said the lack of preparation made by Donald Trump and his team has led to "growing pains" being displayed in public.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears on stage at the Women in the World Summit in the Manhattan borough of NY, U.S. April 6, 2017. "And that just has to be admitted, and why and what the underlying reasons for that is what I'm trying to figure out myself", she told Kristof. "Such a position would also mean treating Syrian refugees humanely, and not demonising them, and of course understanding and appreciating why they became refugees".

"I'm only gonna say this once, though, you deserve to hear it 100 times. Oh, I don't know, maybe you were dropped by immaculate conception?" There is a constant struggle in a time of rapid change, like one we are living through, between something that is different, that may hold out even possible positive consequences, and something that is familiar and really is first and foremost about security of what you have right now.

"I am looking at doing interesting things - I don't think that will include ever running for office again", she added. She also said that the picture is like a skit from "Saturday Night Live".

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