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".
The former democratic candidate attended the "Women in the World Summit" that was held last Thursday in New York City, Mashable reported.
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It can shoot videos and add effects like adding filters , swapping faces with a friend, and broadcast live on Facebook. You have to take extra steps to share it with anyone or on any platform, which makes it extremely low-pressure.
"In this election, there was a very real struggle between what is viewed as change that is welcome and exciting to so many Americans and change that is worrisome and threatening to so many others".
While the vastly experienced Clinton won the popular vote, she lost the electoral college to the businessman who had never previously held public office, upending the world and the U.S. political establishment. "There are so many examples in just the first 100 days", she said.
"I'm only gonna say this once, though, you deserve to hear it 100 times".
"I'm hopeful that the Congress will pull together and realise that because of the success the Kremlin feels it's had they're not going to go away", Clinton said.
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"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?" Clinton did not mention Trump by name when discussing Syria, but concluded that the action in Syria the night before "serve as a reminder that "politics matter enormously".
She also revealed that she is now writing a book on the reasons for her electoral defeat. "That has to be admitted", she said. According to Clinton, Russian President, Vladimir V. Putin, ordered the hacks and was aided by social media bots and online trolls.
"I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution", she tweeted. "Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women, and children", the president said. She revealed that she has no plans to run for office again but her fight for women's rights will not stop.
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The two companies compete "only to a limited extent" in acquiring television content and providing pay-TV channels. While the United Kingdom mulls possible action, the European Commission approved the deal "unconditionally".