Hillary Clinton is "thrilled to be out of the woods" after her devastating loss in the 2016 Presidential Election, and she's ready to get back to standing up for all those at risk under Trump's oppressive administration.
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In a new speech that took place Tuesday at the Professional Business Women of California conference in San Francisco, Clinton joked that "there's no place I'd rather be than here with you--other than the White House."
Clinton used the speech to condemn Trump's lack of women in top ranking administrative positions, noting that there are only four women who hold Cabinet-level positions out of the total 23. Clinton also mentioned this week's attack from Press Secretary Sean Spicer, asking White House Correspondent April Ryan to "Please, stop shaking your head" during the Tuesday press briefing. "Too many women have had a lifetime of practice taking this kind of indignity in stride," Clinton said,
Donning an updated look, which included an incredible black leather blazer that would've been criminal to not mention, Clinton spoke of the power and momentum women have fostered since the inauguration. She even correlated the death of the GOP Obamacare replacement bill, which failed last week in the House, to the strength of nationwide women speaking out against "a room full of men" making decisions for them.
After a relatively low profile since her November loss, Clinton is out of the woods and ready to fight back. She vowed to take her part in the "resistance" tha's taking place in America right now, and revealed the new mantra she has to live by: "Resist, insist, persist, enlist."
Watch Clinton's full speech, below: