Hillary Clinton spoke about 2020, the Trump presidency, her first date with Bill Clinton, how she felt needed to show restraint in the debates with Donald Trump, her feelings on Bernie Sanders and more in an interview Wednesday with radio broadcaster Howard Stern.
Clinton said the Mueller indictments showed that Russia wanted to do everything possible to elect Donald Trump AND Sen. Bernie Sanders, her 2016 rival in the Democratic presidential primary.
HILLARY CLINTON: If you read the indictments, basically they were like, hey, let's do everything we can to elect Donald Trump. Those are quotes, words -- and they also said Bernie Sanders, but that's for another day.
HOWARD STERN: Do we hate Bernie Sanders?
STERN: Do we hate Bernie Sanders?
CLINTON: No. I don't hate anybody.
STERN: Bernie could have endorsed you quicker.
CLINTON: He could have. He hurt me. There is no doubt about it, he hurt me. But going back to indictments --
STERN: Have you ever spoken to Bernie about that?
STERN: You ever talk to him?
CLINTON: I don't talk to him. We did when he finally endorsed me and all that.
STERN: But you're upset with him?
CLINTON: No, disappointed. Disappointed. And I hope he doesn't do it again to whoever gets the nomination. Once is enough. We have to join forces.
As a woman, Hillary Clinton felt she had to show extra restraint with Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential debates:
Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton shares the story of how she met her future husband and the romance that ensued:
After losing the Democratic presidential nomination to Barack Obama in 2008, Hillary Clinton recalls being surprised and honored when he asked her to serve as Secretary of State:
After working with Senator Lindsey Graham in Congress for years, Hillary Clinton doesn’t know what to make of his recent demeanor: