Hillary Clinton Denounces Donald Trump's 'Dark and Dangerous' United Nations Speech

Hillary Clinton Denounces Donald Trump's 'Dark and Dangerous' United Nations Speech

Hillary Clinton Denounces Donald Trump's 'Dark and Dangerous' United Nations Speech

Stephen Colbert welcomed Hillary Clinton as his first Late Show guest after hosting the Emmys and helping to normalize Sean Spicer on Sunday.

"We're going to find out a lot more, Stephen, and I am saying as clearly as I can, I feel I'm a bit of a Paul Revere, I'm trying to sound the alarm", she said.

Clinton said Tuesday night that Putin interfered in the presidential election in part because of her work as USA secretary of state, which brought the two into conflict on various occasions.

Clinton said the "approach should always be diplomatic". "We call on all nations to work with us to try and end the threat posed by Kim Jong Un'".

She is now touring the country to promote the book, and speaking about the current political climate.

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Clinton's appearance on The Late Show comes a week after the release of her memoir, "What Happened," which chronicles her account of the 2016 election that resulted in her shocking loss to President Donald Trump. Clinton called Russian Federation an "ally" and said that Romney's remarks were "dated".

"I thought it was very dark, dangerous, not the kind of message that the leader of the greatest nation in the world should be delivering", she said of the speech, in which Trump among other things said "major portions of the world are in conflict and some, in fact, are going to hell", and added that if the U.S.is forced to defend itself or its allies, "we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea". "I think they will be back in 2018 and 2020 unless we stop them", the former secretary of State said.

And she says Putin is "tied up with his anger and disappointment" with the Soviet Union's collapse.

Colbert asked Clinton if she thinks Russian Federation did succeeded in messing with our election, and "to what degree influencing vote or influence an opinion", he asked.

During his monologue, Colbert also covered Trump's trip to NYC ("a hostile region"), his North Korea threats during the United Nations speech, and his predilection for bad nicknames: "Mr. President, please don't give our enemies nicknames that make them sound cooler", Colbert said, then putting on his Trump voice.

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