Hillary Clinton criticizes Trump's 'very dark, dangerous' speech at the UN

Hillary Clinton criticizes Trump's 'very dark, dangerous' speech at the UN

Hillary Clinton criticizes Trump's 'very dark, dangerous' speech at the UN

Stephen Colbert and Hillary Clinton indulged in a little magical thinking on The Late Show on Tuesday, torturing us all by envisioning how the world could be different had Clinton won the presidential race in November.

"I don't think anybody can with a straight face say that the Russians did not set out to influence our election, and they did so", Clinton said during an interview on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert".

"On election night, we did a live show on Showtime, and I'm sure you didn't catch it", Colbert said.

Clinton said Putin is "tied up with his anger and disappointment" with the Soviet Union's collapse. I said what I had to say'.

She added that she wished that Trump hadn't called Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man" and instead said something like, "We view this as risky to our allies, to the region, and even to our country".

A Twitter user has accused former USA president Barack Obama and former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton of providing a safe haven for North Korea to develop nuclear weapons. This, according to Clinton, evolved into a grudge on the Russian president's part.

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Clinton went on to say that the best course of action should have been diplomacy.

"There is not a mechanism" for that, she said, adding that any questions raised about the president's legitimacy should be demonstrated "at the ballot box".

'One of the things we were going to do to celebrate that night now that a woman is in charge is have naked men on the stage, ' Colbert reveals.

He then retweeted a comment from an account called "EaglePundit", which alleged that she and former President Barack Obama effectively gave nuclear weapons to North Korea.

During the conversation, Clinton also cited sexism, misogyny, the actions of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, voter suppression and interference by the Russians as factors that contributed to how the election played out.

Despite her haters praying she "would just go away", Clinton made it clear she plans on sticking around.

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