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  • Hello.

  • >> Hello.

  • >> Wooh.

  • >> Wooh.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH]

  • >> Does everyone do that to you that?

  • >> Yeah, I didn't even know I was doing it,

  • so- >> But

  • you must have known at that time that came out of you?

  • >> I didn't.

  • >> Really? >> I knew that I said wooh, I knew that but

  • I didn't know I did the little shimmy to go along with it.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> And then afterwards, I saw it, and

  • now people are always saying to me, well- >> [LAUGH]

  • >> Do the shimmy, do the shimmy!

  • >> [LAUGH] >> Portia-

  • >> You had some great dancing

  • going on out here.

  • >> Yeah, we do, we have some good dancers.

  • >> Good dancing.

  • >> [APPLAUSE] >> [APPLAUSE]

  • >> Because sometimes,

  • you just don't even have a response to that, right?

  • I mean, Portia and I were watching it at home and when you did that, wooh and

  • the shimmy, we were like, my God, that was fantastic.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> It was the best response.

  • I just said you looked so good, you were supposed to be here a few weeks ago.

  • >> I was.

  • >> And you cancelled because you had pneumonia.

  • >> I did.

  • >> You feel good now?

  • >> I feel great.

  • >> Yeah, you look great, you look healthy.

  • >> My advice is if you have pneumonia,

  • stop for a while.

  • >> Yeah. >> That's my advice.

  • >> Yeah, you pushed through it, didn't you?

  • >> Yeah, I did. I did. I tried to.

  • >> [APPLAUSE] >> Because on the one hand,

  • Donald Trump said that you don't have the stamina to be president and then the one

  • thing that he complimented you on, is you never give up and you're a fighter.

  • So which is it? >> [LAUGH]

  • >> Hm.

  • Well, I kind of think that was the only thing he said that I agreed with.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> That you're a fighter.

  • >> Yeah, and that I don't quit.

  • >> Yeah. >> And you just,

  • if you believe in what you're doing and you think you can make a difference.

  • You get up everyday, do your best.

  • >> Yeah, you stayed so calm.

  • Let's talk about the debate,

  • cuz this is the first interview you've done since the debate.

  • >> Yes.

  • >> And what did you make of that?

  • >> Well, I had several reactions.

  • First, it was clear that my opponent,

  • Donald Trump was going to try to dominate the space almost

  • to the exclusion of the people who were sitting there.

  • I mean, they were sitting there so that we could talk to them and that they could ask

  • questions, we would then answer, and because of the revelation of the public

  • video and everything that came out on Access Hollywood.

  • He was really all wrought up and you can just sense how

  • much anger he had and so he was really trying to dominate and then literally

  • stalk me around the stage, and I would just feel this presence behind me.

  • [LAUGH] >> [LAUGH]

  • >> And I thought whoa,

  • this is really weird.

  • >> Yeah. >> And so,

  • I was just trying to stay focused, trying to keep my composure,

  • trying to interact with the moderators.

  • But really, for me, more with the people there and

  • deal with the string of accusations that he was putting forth.

  • And it's frustrating, I mean look, I feel such a sense of

  • obligation to people that I work at trying to make sure what I'm saying

  • is appropriate, is accurate, conveying that to people.

  • Everybody makes mistakes, don't get me wrong.

  • I obviously have made more than my share.

  • But to run against somebody and debate somebody who is consistently just

  • spewing forth falsehoods, and when you catch him, when you say, wait a minute,

  • you said this, you actually were on the record on this- no I wasn't, no I wasn't.

  • And just hopes I guess that people will forget it, so you could

  • spend all of your time and I had to think hard about this before the first debate.

  • I literally could've spent all my time and say, no,

  • you told interviewer X and you said on Y but I thought, no

  • I'm gonna tell people to my website hillaryclinton.com,

  • look at the evidence we have.

  • And I'm gonna keep trying to talk about what this election should be about.

  • Which is people's lives and

  • our country and what we're gonna do to help each other.

  • >> [APPLAUSE] >> [APPLAUSE]

  • >> It's debating like a teenager.

  • >> It's hard, it is hard.

  • >> It really is, it's like debating a teenager because it just is whatever he

  • just says things, and it's just like and then interrupts, makes me smarter.

  • >> [LAUGH] >> What's wrong with you?

  • I think as we sit here today, it seems that

  • Donald Trump's campaign is crumbling with these new, this morning, there were

  • allegations of sexual assault from a few more women, which he is denying.

  • But it does seem like with the Republicans,

  • the party is just kind of everyone's backing away.

  • And it does seem like it's crumbling.

  • >> Well obviously, there's a lot that is coming out which is

  • distressing on many levels but I don't want anybody to

  • think this election's over because it's been so unpredictable up til now that-

  • >> Mm-hm.

  • >> That I'm not taking anything for granted.

  • We've got to work really hard for the next three and half weeks.

  • Because who knows, who knows what can happen.

  • And so everybody who's watching, and

  • everybody who has followed this election, please, turn out and vote.

  • >> [APPLAUSE] >> It is the most important election that

  • we have ever had, I think.

  • >> Yeah, ever. >> It's very important.

Hello.

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ヒラリー・クリントンは討論会のドラマについて候補者になる (Hillary Clinton Gets Candid About Debate Drama)

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