Under the banner of hashtag-inclusion, AP reports, Clinton criticized Republicans on everything from health care - calling last week's failure of the GOP health care bill, "a victory for all Americans," to the shortage of women appointees in top administration positions - declaring herself appalled at a much-circulated photo showing an all-male group of Republican lawmakers last month negotiating women's coverage in health care legislation.
Cracking jokes about her November defeat and her months out of the limelight since, Clinton spoke to thousands of businesswomen in San Francisco,joking there was no place she'd rather be, "other than the White House."
"I mean, it's not like I didn't know all the nasty things they were saying about me. I thought some of them were kind of creative," she said. "But you just have to keep going."
Without mentioning President Donald Trump by name, Clinton faulted the Republican presidential administration repeatedly, including calling itsrepresentation of women in top jobs "the lowest in a generation."
She rebuked White House press secretary Sean Spicer, again not by name, for hours earlier Tuesday chiding a black woman journalist during a news conference for shaking her head.
"Too many women have had a lifetime of practice taking this kind of indignity in stride," Clinton said.
She ended by urging voters to resist Trump policies that she said included suspicion of refugees and voter suppression in some areas.
"These are bad policies that will hurt people and take our country in the wrong direction," Clinton said, relaying what she had become one of her mantras since the November election.
"It's the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods," she said. "Resist, insist, persist, enlist."
Seems like a little different message from that of the campaign "stronger together" or her concession speech...
"I still believe in America, and I always will. And, if you do, then we must accept this result and then look to the future. Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead."
Still, no matter what, it appears no matter what the message that The Clintons and The Democrats try to churn out,support remains dismal...
DEMOCRATIC PLAN TO OVERTHROW TRUMP REVEALED
dust off "continuity of government" playbook to stay in
shadow government has expanded its “continuity of government”
powers to ensure its survival amid the presidency of Donald Trump –
and the worldwide populist revolt that’s transferring power back to
Devin Nunes (R-CA) faces calls from Democrats to step down from his
role as Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee due to concerns
over his "impartiality", a new poll from CBS
three-quarters of Republicans and half of Independents believe
President Trump’s claim that former President Obama wiretapped him
during the 2016 campaign.