Hillary Clinton calls for independent investigation into Russian Federation hacks

Posted April 10, 2017

Hillary Clinton continued her lifelong advocacy for women during her onstage interview with Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times at the Women in the World Summit on Thursday.

"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.

"I really believe that we should have and still should take out his airfields and prevent him from being able to use them to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them", she said Thursday during an event in NY.

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".

Her statement Thursday echoes a speech she made earlier in March encouraging women to seek public office.

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Clinton also said that she hoped America will finally get to move on to positive developments, but the way things are going, it will take some time before that happens.

"As a person, I'm ok". I then did promote a no-fly zone, I still believe we should've done a no-fly zone. "I don't understand the commitment to hurt so many people that this administration, this White House, seems to be pursuing", she said, on his policies.

She also revealed that she is now writing a book on the reasons for her electoral defeat. I think it would be naïve, " she continued. According to Clinton, Russian President, Vladimir V. Putin, ordered the hacks and was aided by social media bots and online trolls.

"Toughen up your skin", she said, citing nastiness she believes is pointed at successful women. I think he had his desire to destabilize us and others. "And the images of innocent people, of parents, and especially of children suffering in the aftermath of that most recent deadly gas attack were more appalling than I certainly can put into words", said Clinton, who lost to Trump in last fall's presidential election. The former senator also indicated that she plans to now work to encourage young women to follow their dreams by running for office.