Hillary Clinton says 'misogyny played a role' in United States presidential election loss

Posted April 10, 2017

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday disagreed with US President Donald Trump's reason for ordering the airstrikes on Syria, local media reported, according to China's Xinhua news agency.

"For people who are interested in this, the almost 66 million people who voted for me, I want to give as clear and as credible an explanation as I can", she said.

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 it is continues to play a role in the Trump administration, she alleged, noting that the number of women in Trump's government is "the lowest it's been in a generation".

Speaking in her first public interview since losing the USA election in November previous year, Ms Clinton said Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's aerial power had been the key component behind widespread civilian deaths since the start of the civil war in 2011. In the first weeks, she largely disappeared from public view, walking in the woods outside her Chappaqua, New York home.

Palestinian writer and activist İyad el-Baghdadi also told The Independent: "The logical position of someone who supports the U.S. strikes on Assad should be to limit his capacity for slaughter, and make him face outcome".

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"As a person, I'm ok".

Mic reports that the former presidential candidate skewered male legislators" recent attempts at cutting insurance coverage for parental care, saying, "The things that come out of some of these men's mouths, like, "why do we have to cover maternity care?' Oh, I don't know - maybe you were dropped by Immaculate Conception". "As an American I'm pretty anxious", she said. Oh, and she revealed that she is working on another book. I think it would be naïve, " she continued.

But she repeated blame dished out past year before campaign donors that Federal Bureau of Investigation intervention over her email scandal and Russian attempts to sway the outcome of vote in Trump's favour were chiefly to blame.

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

"I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution", she tweeted. I think he had his desire to destabilize us and others.