Election: Clinton considers legal action against Trump


Monday’s interview is the latest in a whirlwind of appearances the former first lady has given as she promotes her book, “What Happened”.

There were many other tweets which hailed Clinton’s clear headedness and articulateness, with many users asserting she should have been the president of the US instead of Trump. “I mean, all of the great work that we have seen since the election, my organization Onward Together will be supporting”.

Ms Clinton also said that had she won the election by electoral college vote, she would have appointed an independent commission dedicated to investigating the matter rather than publicly questioning the American intelligence community the way Mr Trump has done. “We get constant messaging our whole lives: You’re not thin enough, talented enough, smart enough”.

“No, I don’t”, Clinton responded.

‘The moment a woman steps forward and says, “I’m running for office”, it begins, ‘ she explained.

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said: “If the United States has to defend itself or defend its allies in any way, North Korea will be destroyed”. So what happened in Kenya, which I’m only beginning to delve into, is that the Supreme Court there said there are so many really unanswered and problematic questions, we’re going to throw the election out and re-do it. The NPR host then fished for Clinton’s thoughts on doing exactly that.

“People say, ‘Well, not everybody who voted for Bernie ended up voting for Hillary, ‘” Sanders said. “I know the ebb and flow of a campaign”.

Last week, Clinton once again blamed Russia for losing the presidential vote, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin helped Trump’s team win because of a “personal vendetta” against her.


During the election and afterward, President Donald Trump has gone after the media too, often criticizing them through social media and calling unfavorable coverage “fake news”. She added that “a president that wanted to be a president of all of the country would be investigating what Russian Federation did to us”.

Hillary Clinton mulls challenging legitimacy of 2016 election, cites Russian influence