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Hillary Clinton’s Compelling Full Interview at Women of the World Summit [VIDEO]

Alex Mohajer



In her most candid remarks about the election to date, former presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, the first female major-party nominee for the position in American history, spoke openly and at length yesterday in New York City at the Women of the World Summit. Calling the experience “devastating,” Clinton cited misogyny and Russian interference as major reasons for her loss, with a cautiously placed side-eye for FBI Director James Comey and WikiLeaks.

Her nearly hour long interview at the women’s empowerment conference had the former Secretary of State, Senator, and First Lady of the United States speaking to the New York Times about her hurts, her hopes, and her assessments arising from the election, a subject she said is the basis for a new book she is authoring meant to provide her own unique perspective of the event.

Clinton, who seemed liberated by the loss and yet at times visibly angry, was most compelling when offering her sharp criticisms of the new administration, particularly Donald Trump’s handling of the health care bill, the “muslim ban,” and the targeting of women. Speaking about misogyny with a certain freedom surely afforded to her by virtue of the fact that she is no longer campaigning, Clinton was in rare form, very clearly comfortable assuming the role of watchdog without a personal stake in the game.

Still, when asked simply how she is doing. Clinton’s answer, surely off the cuff, was a painful subliminal reminder of the role women are still expected to play in our society, no matter what the arena. “I’m ok. As a person. But as an American, I’m pretty worried. So it’s time to take my person hat off and my citizen hat on.”

Another particularly noteworthy moment came around the 27:40 mark, when Clinton gets riled up, visibly angry discussing Russian bots and trolls and their interference with the election. “They want to crush your spirit,” Clinton said, continuing on that the trolls seek to strip you of your belief in yourself. “And I just refused to do that, which infuriated them even more.”

Hillary Clinton won 3 million more votes than her Republican challenger in the 2016 presidential election, and won more votes than any other candidate in history, second only to Barack Obama, whose 2012 total she tied.

Named one of OUT Magazine's 100 Most Eligible Bachelors of 2017, Alex Mohajer is a controversial up-and-coming political writer and commentator whose unapologetic post-election commentary made him one of the most shared contributors at The Huffington Post. He is the first journalist in America to openly impugn the presidency of Donald Trump in a major publication. Mohajer is the Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Bros4America (formerly Bros4Hillary), a progressive advocacy organization that gained national recognition during the 2016 presidential election for its efforts to elect Hillary Clinton. Named by LGBTQ Nation to their Top 8 People Working to Elect Hillary Clinton. Alex holds a Bachelor of Arts from U.C. Berkeley where he studied politics with progressive champion Robert Reich, and a Juris Doctorate from Chapman University School of Law, where he studied constitutional law with conservative hero Hugh Hewitt. While in law school, he was awarded "Most Likely To Be Held in Contempt" by his graduating class. He has been interviewed for or featured on The Fox News Channel, PolitiFact, The Huffington Post, Washington Post, LA and NY Times, AfterBuzz TV, OUT and Instinct Magazine(s), Dan Savage Blog, TheWrap, Yahoo News, New York Public Radio, The David Pakman Show, The Ann Walker Show, the Hugh Hewitt Show, and more. Alex is an author, public/motivational speaker, and an award-winning singer, actor, and solo artist who was nominated for a 2016 Broadway World Award for Best Male Cabaret Artist. Alex lives in Los Angeles with his dog, Bruce Wayne. Press inquiries and bookings:

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