Hillary Clinton: "It's not an anniversary I've been looking forward to."

Hillary Clinton: "It's not an anniversary I've been looking forward to."

Hillary Clinton said in an interview at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater on Thursday night that the wave of Democratic victories in Tuesday's elections showed that "hope beat hate" and that the country is "one step closer to an America that is fairer."

She added that voters sent a clear message: “The fever has broken. America's not going to put up with the kind of political machinations that emanate from this administration and their allies in Congress. We’re going to chart a different course.”

"This week has been kind of hard for obvious reasons," she said. "It's not an anniversary I've been looking forward to."

"Everyone gets knocked down in life and what matters is whether you get back up and keep going," she added.

Clinton also added that Russian interference in elections "is a clear and present danger to western democracy." 

Hillary Clinton also spoke about sexism in politics, saying the only way to remove it is to get more women in office.

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