Hillary Clinton says she won't run for public office again

The former secretary of state did not mince words when she called for an independent investigation into Russia's involvement in the USA election process, according to The Telegraph.

The wide-ranging interview covered the crisis in Syria, Russian intervention in the 2016 election, and her opinion of President Trump's initial weeks in office. "And I just refused to do that - and that infuriated everyone", Clinton said in the interview, conducted by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.

The Women in the World Summit is a weeklong event that was hosted in New York this year by The New York Times and included speeches from Clinton, actress Scarlett Johansson and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Clinton, who spoke at the Women in the World conference in NY on Thursday, called for the U.S. Congress to launch an investigation into the matter.

Clinton has a laundry list: Russian Federation, the fact that she's a woman, FBI Director James Comey, and the numerous WikiLeaks revelations.

"Certainly, misogyny played a role".

"I don't take any pleasure in seeing the kind of chaotic functioning", she said. So I did it to the best of my ability and came out and some people at the time said the most popular public official or high-profile public person in politics in the country.

Hillary Clinton says President Donald Trump's reasoning for ordering airstrikes against Syria conflicts with his attempt to ban Syrian refugees from entering the United States.

"The outside intervention-the combination of the Comey letter on October 28th; Wikileaks, which played a much bigger role than I think many people understand yet-had the determinative effect", Clinton said. Because you provide family planning services, but somebody says to a woman desperate to get an abortion because she has been told she will die if she bears another child so then you try to help her and you lose everything.

Clinton said Congress should put aside party differences, set up an independent, nonpartisan commission to investigate, and take action to stop such Russian meddling.

"I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution", she tweeted.

Two days before the election, Comey announced that none of the emails would lead to criminal charges - leaving in place the FBI's determination from July.

Clinton's support for Trump's strike against Syria is unsurprising.