Clinton: 'Deeply concerned' about Russian election role

Clinton: 'Deeply concerned' about Russian election role

Currently, Clinton said she had no specific plans, but would focus on areas where she can make a difference. "We should have been more willing to confront Assad".

Oh, and in case you were wondering-you were, I know you were-Clinton has a favorite meme.

During the on-stage interview with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, Clinton said sexism was partially to blame for her defeat.

"I am looking at doing interesting things", Clinton said.

"I don't take any pleasure in seeing the kind of chaotic functioning", she said. "And that just has to be admitted", Clinton told an audience of about 3,000 people at the Women in the World Summit in NY on Thursday. S. presidential election defeat by Republican rival Donald Trump.

Clinton's comments at a luncheon for Annie's List, a group that works to elect Democratic women in Texas, marked one of her first political appearances since the election. While they might not suggest that Clinton will take Bee up on her suggestion to work on late night television, her subtle jokes certainly went over well with the admittedly friendly crowd.

Kristof also brought up the possibility of heading an organization such as the United Nations' humanitarian UNICEF program, and Clinton said that she was interested in working in "all sectors of society" including non-profit groups.

"As a person I'm OK". "As an American, I'm pretty anxious". "You layer on the first woman president over that, and I think some people, women included, had real problems". "I think they're going through some very public growing pain".

"The outside intervention-the combination of the Comey letter on October 28th; Wikileaks, which played a much bigger role than I think many people understand yet-had the determinative effect", Clinton said. The past few months, she said, have been filled with long walks in the woods, spending quality time with friends and family, and at times, convincing herself to "get out of bed".

"Having listened to them talk about repeal and replace for eight years - or seven years, now - they had not a clue what that meant".

During her 30-minute speech, Clinton called on the audience to hold those in power accountable.

"The things that come out of some of these men's mouths, like why do we have to cover maternity care?"