Hillary Clinton spoke to journalist Christiane Amanpour at Tuesday's Women Peace Summit -- sponsored by Women for Women International, which aids female victims of war -- and shared her vast knowledge of diplomacy and politics as well as her feelings on the state of America.
Clinton spoke about the need to empower and protect women, criticizing our current administration for its regular attacks on women's programs and services.
The first major party female nominee for president also pointed out the different standards women are held to, reminding the audience that Donald Trump criticized her for preparing for the presidential debates.
"I can't be anything other than who I am, and I spent decades learning what it would take to move our country forward, including people who, you know, didn't vote for me," the former senator and secretary of State said, "to try to make sure that we dealt with a lot of these hard issues that are right around the corner like robotics and artificial intelligence and things that are really going to be upending the economy for the vast majority of Americans, to say nothing of the rest of the world. I'm now back to being an activist citizen and part of the resistance."