Hillary Clinton Speaks Of Disappointment, Persistence In First Post-Election Address
Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton spoke publicly for the first time since her concession speech a week ago. At a Children's Defense Fund event in Washington, she spoke about the importance of fighting for America's kids, but she also wove in another message, telling her supporters to persist, even after the devastating loss of the presidential race.
"I know many of you are deeply disappointed about the results of the election," she said. "I am, too, more than I can ever express."
Though her speech centered on fighting child poverty, she was straightforward in addressing her bruising defeat. - Read More