Clinton: I Gave "Some Thought" To Moving Abroad After Trump Won

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The talk at Auckland's Spark Arena on Monday night would "provide her personal insights into the 2016 United States presidential election, its aftermath and what the future holds", the faculty said.

Clinton said she would remain in American after all.

"When she won I was thrilled because, after [the USA election], to see a young woman become Prime Minister was such a shot of optimism", Clinton told New Zealand's Stuff news site about Arden, again blaming her own loss, in part, on Americans' "sexism and misogyny".

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Meanwhile, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met with Ms Clinton on Monday morning over an hour-long breakfast - and Ms Clinton was complementary about our history of female leaders.

"The more professionally successful we are, the less people like us", Clinton said of women. Our political press that told voters my emails were the most important story. "That was not the focus of our conversation", she said. "The media didn't know how to cover him".

His visit, according to Obama's friend and former Kiwi prime minister John Key, was kept low-key as not to "trample over the new administration", but Ardern rejected the suggestion that her meeting with Trump's former rivals would impact the relationship between the two countries. "It was like they were watching a vehicle wreck or a train wreck all the time". Anne-Marie Brady of the University of Canterbury has rightly called this a new global battle, and it's just getting started. She added that the pair talked about "being a mom" in the political world. She told Stuff Ardern's win was a "shot of optimism" for her after she lost the presidential election. Clinton said she also gave Ardern a personalized copy of her book, "What Happened".

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