Hillary Clinton shares her thoughts on Donald Trump presidency at Houston Luncheon

"I then did promote a no-fly zone".

Clinton, in an interview at the Women in the World Summit in NY, also called Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election a theft more damaging than Watergate.

The U.S. launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at a military airfield in Homs.

"I think we should have been more willing to confront Assad", Clinton said in the interview, conducted by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. First of all, we are in an interconnected, interdependent world, unlike any we've been in history before, because of mobility, because of communication, and so what happens in other places can very much have an impact on you.

The former secretary of state kept a relatively low profile after losing last year's presidential election to Donald Trump, but has spoken at several events geared toward women in leadership in recent weeks. "I really believe we should have and still should take out his airfields and prevent him [Assad] from being able to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them", said Clinton.

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Hillary Clinton said she is "deeply concerned" about allegations of Russian interference in last year's US presidential election and called for an independent investigation and action to make sure it doesn't happen again. Clinton said both the men are not fond of strong women.

During the interview, Clinton also claimed that misogyny had "certainly" played a part in her election defeat last November, CBS reports. Comedian Samantha Bee, who introduced Clinton onto the stage, said, "It's actually hard to know what to say today".

She was addressing a luncheon on Friday for Annie's List, which works to elect progressive women in the state of Texas.

Days after the California appearance, Clinton delivered pointed criticism of the Trump administration.

Clinton said she doesn't expect to run for office again, but wants to help others running for office with the goal of helping her Democratic party regain control of Congress. Clinton made it clear that her focus is on exacting change in whatever way she can that doesn't involve campaigning for public office and subjecting herself to that again. What the underlying reasons were, I'm trying to parse out myself.

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