Hillary Clinton Gives a Girl Talk

During her speech at the Vital Global Leadership, Clinton said she was overwhelmed by the fervor of activism in response to President Donald Trump's unpopular policies since he became president. This is also the first public poll testing views of her since December - when her loss was fresher in people's minds and Trump hadn't yet assumed the presidency. Under her red blazer, she also sported a blouse that had a very colorful, bold print representing the importance of diversity and inclusivity. "Our work is far from over - in big ways and small, the unfinished business of the 21st century is the full equality of women", she said.

The experiment did not exactly confirm the hypothesis: "Many were shocked to find that they couldn't seem to find in Jonathan Gordon what they had admired in Hillary Clinton-or that Brenda King's clever tactics seemed to shine in moments where they'd remembered Donald Trump flailing or lashing out". "I've had my ups and my downs". Comey says "you're stuck with me" MORE took to Snapchat on Wednesday in honor of International Women's Day with a message to her supporters to continue to "resist". And a lot of people were just very surprised by the way it upended their expectations about what they thought they would feel or experience.

Sporting a red top and a brand new bob, Clinton told women to, 'Stand up. No, Hillary Clinton took IWD as a day to inspire.

The tweet she shared came from designer Elly Zupko, who runs SMLX Good, a nonprofit that helps raise money to promote programs that will reduce the gender gap in STEM fields.

"I am thankful for my own village, my community and family and friends who have supported and encouraged me", she continued.

This Wednesday, she will speak in Washington, at an International Women's Day event, where she will once again promote the idea that there should be more women in politics.

"Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes-the future is female", Clinton said during the video message.

"You know you're going to be subject to unfair and beside-the-point criticism", she said in response to a question on the difficulties of women running for office. We've just got to make sure that the world is ready for them'.

  • Tracy Ferguson