Hillary Clinton Discusses President Trump's Airstrikes on Syria

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During her time onstage, Clinton also talked about the role misogyny played in her loss and career, encouraging young women to seek political office, but advised, "Toughen your skin". Clinton, who spoke at the Women in the World conference in NY on Thursday, called for the U.S. Congress to launch an investigation into the matter. I think in any campaign there are so many cross currents and events and have some greater impact than others.

The Women in the World conference in NY was the first public interview given by Clinton since she lost the Presidential Election.

"I hope this administration will move forward in a way that is most strategic and consistent with our values, and I also hope that they will recognize that we can not in breath speak of protecting Syrian babies and in the next close America's borders".

"Everything that has come to light in the days and weeks since have been all so troubling so I just had to make up my mind that 'yes, I was going to get out of bed", she said. In the first weeks, she largely disappeared from public view, walking in the woods outside her Chappaqua, New York home. In her first interview since she lost, Clinton said she "wrestles" with the fact that her gender did influence the results.

Clinton helped turn Harris County blue last November despite under-performing national expectations, defeating Trump by more than 12 points and carrying local Democrats with her.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin, she said, wanted to destabilise Europe, NATO and the United States and was personally opposed to her after she criticised Russian elections while secretary of state.

Asked about the United States policy in Syria and the recent intervention, Clinton said that she believed they could have done more.

She also took digs at USA and Russian presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

She pointed out that the perception of a likeable woman is different from that of men.