CHRIS CUOMO, CNN: In the increasing negative analysis in this election, it often seems like you're picking the lesser of two potential problems. To those who are supporting Trump or who are worried about Clinton, they say her legacy policy-wise is a Russian reset that did not work, an Iran deal that she participated in that gave one of the worst state actors in the world $100 million, and an e-mail scandal that showed she can't be trusted.
MADELEINE ALBRIGHT, FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE: Well, first of all, the e-mail issue, she has said she made a mistake, and nobody is going to die as a result of anything that happened on e-mails.
I am concerned about some of the statements that Donald Trump has made that are dangerous. On the issue of Russia, the fact that Donald Trump admires Putin is one of the reasons that I can't agree with a word he says because the reset takes two to reset. And Putin is the one that has made very aggressive moves against Ukraine and pushed Europe around, which is why we need a strong NATO.
And the Iran nuclear deal has made it clear that Iran will not have a nuclear weapon. That is positive. So I think people -- these are very, very difficult and complicated issues that need to be explained.