Hillary: America Doesn't Deserve Trump as President

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No plans of running for next presidential elections: Hillary Clinton at India Today Conclave 2018

Clinton also reflected that in a campaign against a reality TV star perhaps she should have been more "entertaining".

"(Russian President) Vladimir Putin is not the most feminist of leaders that I have ever met", she said in her keynote address at the conclusion of the India Today Conclave here on Saturday.

The former First Lady of the United States added that she wouldn't be contesting more presidential elections and did not think that America would vote for Trump in 2016.

When asked if she would run for president again, she did not completely rule it out.

"Maybe even some Republicans might challenge Trump", Hillary Clinton said.

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"'You know you didn't like black people getting rights", Clinton said. She did not mention that Republican states Louisiana and SC elected the first two Indian-American governors Bobby Jindal (R., La.) and Nikki Haley (R., S.C.), and the latter now serves as the Trump administration's ambassador to the United Nations.

"I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards", she explained in the interview.

The final part of her comments above might be the most incendiary, though, and it most closely resembles her "deplorables" critique. She seems to say Trump was providing an outlet for these people.

Mrs. Clinton blamed racists and sexists with an acute hatred for black people. "It means a person who is most outrageous and says incorrect things, but gets away with it", she said.

Clinton criticized U.S. President Donald Trump, saying, "Anti-immigrant feeling became virulent because of Trump's rhetoric".

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