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Q&ATranscript: Interview with Hillary Clinton

An interview with the Democratic candidate for president in the 2016 elections

THIS week’s edition of “The Economist Asks”, our flagship interview podcast, features an interview with Hillary Clinton. The full transcript, lightly edited for clarity, follows. Listen to the podcast here. For a full list of all our podcasts, click here.

Hello and welcome to The Economists Asks. I’m your host Anne McElvoy. This week we’re asking what stops a woman from becoming president of the United States. I’m here with Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, and together we’re talking to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic presidential candidate, secretary of state and senator from New York. After a long career in law, policy and politics, Mrs Clinton, the former first lady from 1993 to 2001 had aspired to become the first female American president. But in one of the most dramatic races in US presidential history, she was defeated by Donald Trump in the elections nearly a year ago. “What happened?” is the title of her candid new book about why she lost.

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She may be visiting across the pond, but Hillary Clinton is keeping up with Donald Trump’s comments. Yesterday he told the press that he hopes she runs again in 2020. Hillary hit back.


  • ‘No, I’m not going to run again,’ Hillary Clinton told a UK radio host on Tuesday
  • On Monday Donald Trump dared her to apply for a 2020 rematch
  • ‘I hope Hillary runs, he said of the the former Democratic candidate; ‘Hillary, please run again! Go ahead!’

Hillary Clinton said Tuesday in Great Britain that she won’t be seeking the U.S. presidency a third time.

‘No, I’m not going to run again,’ the former Democratic candidate told a host on BBC Radio 4.

On Monday President Donald Trump dared her publicly to launch a new bid for a 2020 rematch.

‘I hope Hillary runs, he said during a press conference at the White House. ‘Hillary, please run again! Go ahead!’

NEVER AGAIN: Hillary Clinton says she won’t be a candidate for U.S. president a third time

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Hillary Rodham Clinton’s new picture book has an inspiring message: Everyone—including children—can come together to make the world a better place.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton holds her children's book "It takes a Village" Melina Mara/Getty Images

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton just released a picture book with an inspiring message about how everyone—including children—can come together to make the world a better place. In exclusive interview with Parents.com, Clinton, a grandmother of two, gives us insight into the making and meaning of It Takes A Village, and reveals what children’s literature has shaped her.

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A great big THANK YOU to Cornelia Nauta for sharing this interview Hillary gave on Dutch TV. Click on the link and you will first see a statement about cookies that the EU requires. Just click the “Ja OK” blue button and the page with the video will come up. You can also access the link by clicking on the photo.

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Hillary Clinton joined Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show last night for the first time since the campaign season when he hosted both her and her opponent, the well-known TV figure.

It was highly emotional from the moment Fallon brought on female staffers who wanted to write Thank You Notes (a staple on the show, but normally on Fridays) to Hillary. Miley Cyrus, guest co-host for the week, was the last in line and brought me to tears. Then Hillary wrote her own thank you note. It was touching, real. Unless you are a total dolt, you knew, watching this, what we have lost. But you also gained hope in what comes next because it is these young women and all they represented last night.

Fallon has taken a lot of flack for being too hospitable to Trump back in the general election. Perhaps this absolves him.  I am not sure. But Hillary certainly knows him and knows he has two little girls. I had the impression that her advice to him, back when we were all so young and hopeful, to read to them, sing to them, talk to them, made more of an impression on him than DJT’s hair.

It’s too late now for Jimmy to rethink being even-handed or maybe even too playful and carefree when we were faced with a deadly serious choice. Did Jimmy redeem himself? I think Hillary allowed it. But I also think that the reason she was a guest this week was because Miley was co-host. When Hillary was on SNL, Miley was the guest musician.

The general impression was that a gang of women set Jimmy back on track. For him it may be too little too late, but for them it was their night in history. Powerful.

After Hillary’s appearance, Miley sang Nancy Sinatra’s These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ dedicated to Hillary, and we all tweeted Nancy and said “YES!”

 


Update: Wednesday’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” featured Miley Cyrus, who was appearing as part of her “Miley Week” residency on the show.

It also featured a visit from Hillary Clinton.

One segment brought the two women together.

The segment involved Cyrus and writers from “The Tonight Show” penning “Thank You Notes” to Clinton.

Clinton also appeared for an interview on the episode, while Cyrus participated in two performances — “Islands In The Stream” and “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’.”

A video of the “Thank You Notes” segment follows. Additional videos will be posted upon availability. Photos from the taping are also embedded.

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON — Episode 0751 — Pictured: (l-r) Hillary Rodham Clinton during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on October 4, 2017 — (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON — Episode 0751 — Pictured: (l-r) Hillary Rodham Clinton with Tonight Show Writer Becky Krause during “Thank You Notes” October 4, 2017 — (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON — Episode 0751 — Pictured: (l-r) Hillary Rodham Clinton with Miley Cyrus during “Thank You Notes” on October 4, 2017 — (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)
THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON — Episode 0751 — Pictured: (l-r) Host Jimmy Fallon, Miley Cyrus and Hillary Rodham Clinton during “Thank You Notes” on October 4, 2017 — (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)

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This edges on snarky a little but is worth a look. We could have done without that “sniff.”

 

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Check your local listings!  No air date is set, but The Graham Norton Show is carried by BBC America on Saturday nights.

 


US Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will appear on The Graham Norton Show in the coming weeks.

The politician is currently promoting her new book What Happened, which charts last year’s Presidential election in which she lost to current POTUS Donald Trump.

The former US Secretary of State recently appeared on RTE’s The Late Late Show in which she spoke to host Ryan Tubridy about being defeated by Trump and her worries about the political stalemate in Northern Ireland.

The interview was filmed near Secretary Clinton’s home in Chappaqua, New York.

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Ryan Tubridy interviews Hillary Clinton for RTE’s The Late Late Show

Her chat with Irish star Norton will see Clinton appear on the famous sofa with actors Jeff Goldblum and Gerard Butler, and comedian Jack Whitehall on October 20, according to Digital Spy.

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British talk show host Graham Norton has had some major stars on his sofa in the past.

Hollywood legends, music superstars including Madonna and Lady Gaga and a continual line of his fellow comedians.

Now he’s set to welcome the most voted for woman in US history to the programme.

Former presidential candidate, Secretary of State, Congresswoman and First Lady Hillary Clinton will appear on the Graham Norton Show on Friday 20 October.

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Clinton won’t get the entire show to herself, however, unlike when Madonna was given a full special edition.

She will be perched on the famous red sofa alongside Hollywood actor Jeff Goldblum, actor Gerard Butler and British comedian Jack Whitehall.

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When you can see the former US Democrat presidential candidate on the red sofa – and what will she be talking about?

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When is Hillary Clinton appearing on The Graham Norton Show?The former US Secretary of State and Democrat presidential candidate may not be the most obvious guest for a light-hearted UK chatshow, but nonetheless she will be taking her seat on Graham Norton’s red sofa on Friday 20th October at 10.35pm on BBC1.

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So stateside look for her on Saturday night.

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Thinking Cap is the podcast of the Center for American Progress. Monday night, Hillary Clinton sat down for an interview with co-hosts Michele Jawando and Igor Volsky to discuss the massacre in Las Vegas, weapons proliferation, and the response to hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The full episode will be released on Thursday. Here is a preview.

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