In her first public interview since her historic presidential election defeat, Hillary Clinton in New York on Thursday expressed deep concern about Russia’s role in the November race — calling it an “act of aggression” — and threw support behind an independent investigation into any collusion between President Donald Trump’s team and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“A foreign power meddled with our election and did so in a way that we are learning more about every single day,” Clinton told The New York Times’ Nicholas Kristof during a Q&A at the “Women in the World” conference.
That alleged meddling may have contributed not only to a “devastating” election loss for the former secretary of state, but to what she called a “more effective theft even than Watergate.”
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