Clinton, who didn't comment specifically on Trump's first months in office, did say she has been inspired by recent women marches being demonstrated across the country. Yet, when it comes to Clinton, she sunk to her worst numbers ever, with 35 percent having a favorable opinion of the former first lady. Annual New York Luncheon after receiving the 2017 National Champion for Girls Award from the group devoted to helping underprivileged teens. She famously re-emerged not at a big political fundraiser but during a series of quiet walks in the woods with husband Bill.
The commentary from Clinton Wednesday came amid rallies worldwide and a strike by many US women. After her loss to Trump in November, the former Secretary of State has largely stayed out of the public eye, barring a handful of public appearances, including a recent speech at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Daily Mail reports. On this trip, she said, she was reminded of this Mrs. Roosevelt quote: "You gain strength courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face". We need to recognize "that women are both smart enough and good enough to be considered for anything they choose to pursue", and we need to send a message to every girl that she is valuable, powerful, and deserving of every chance and opportunity to pursue and achieve her own dreams.
Clinton said she is "thinking about this young girl and all others like her out there", on the day to honor women.
But Hillary Clinton did not do that. "Let us hope there is a wave of young women running for office in America", she told the crowd. "Let's help them shatter stereotypes and lift each other up", she said. Trump has a 55 percent favorable opinion among registered voters, compared to Clinton's 35 percent favorable opinion, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. "Hillary Clinton spots new bob with bangs on International Women's Day [Image by Justin Sullivan/AP Images]"@HillaryClinton's new hair is a game changer". "They are the history makers, glass ceiling breakers of tomorrow".
"We have to keep fighting, we have to remain stubborn", she said.