Watch as women writers for Jimmy Fallon, and guest Miley Cyrus, write thank you notes to Hillary Clinton: pic.twitter.com/3dTmVNNo9A
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 5, 2017
I kept it together until Miley started sniffling. Young women like her are why Hillary Rodham Clinton isn’t going away — even though she’ll probably never run for office again.
… Fallon asked if Clinton would have felt differently about losing the election if her opponent had been someone other than Trump.
“I would have. Yeah, I’ve thought about that a lot,” she said. “If I had lost to another Republican — somebody who I disagreed with, but who I thought was temperamentally capable of being president, who would take the job, and the awesome responsibility seriously — of course I’d be disappointed, but I wouldn’t be so worried about my country and the world as I am now.”…
“You may not lose a presidential election, but you may lose somebody close to you. You may lose a job you want,” she continued. “There’s all kinds of challenges in life, and so I want not only individuals — and so many of them as they’re coming to my events are telling me that it has helped them — but I want our country to understand how resilient we are. We are such an extraordinary collection of people, and energy and all sorts of great potential. And I don’t want people to get depressed, and worn out, and tired because they see things they disagree with that are contrary to who we are. There is something for everybody to do.”…
Apart from keeping faith in the #Resistance, what’s on the agenda for the day?
When my father lost, we prayed, hiked, grilled a lot of red meat….and then he went back to work and completely moved on. https://t.co/TtnyVnCHl1
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) October 5, 2017
maybe if your father had "lost" by getting 3M more votes instead of losing by 9M votes the way he did, you would've had different reax https://t.co/qP92jtx9qb
— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) October 5, 2017
She's not hiding, and women don't have to shame her for having a voice that inspired over 65 million Americans.
— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) October 5, 2017