She said the USA was home to hard-working, law-abiding immigrants from around the world, including Latin America, India and China, and that Trump's campaign of "Make America Great Again" was backward.
Perhaps Hillary needs to coordinate her message better with that of former Vice President Joe Biden, who once said that a person could not go into a Dunkin Donuts without dealing with a clerk with an "Indian accent".
Following her toe fracture at a London hotel last fall, the 70-year-old appeared on Britain's "Graham Norton Show" - her foot encased in a surgical boot - and explained the details behind her injury: "I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand".
Even so, the fact is the present record low occurred under Trump and he rarely misses an opportunity to tout it, saying as he did in January "something I'm very proud of: African American unemployment stands at the lowest rate ever recorded. As someone who likes to uphold women's rights?"
"President Trump has appointed numerous Indian Americans to coveted positions in his administration".
"As Joy and I talk about often off camera: Politics is a street fight". Want to hear how D's can win in 2018, 2020 & beyond.
Meghan McCain called the Clintons a "virus" on "The View" Tuesday in response to remarks Hillary Clinton made in India Monday calling Trump voters racist and sexist. "You just lost an important election to a reality television star".
"You know Bill negotiated NAFTA, Obama negotiated the Transpacific Partnership and those are all under attack", Clinton said, "And they don't understand the kind of worldview that the current administration is pursuing". "Part of that is an identification with the Republican Party and [an] ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son. believes you should".
And then, pretending to be Donald Trump, "Whatever your problem is, I'm going to solve it".
Clinton had been asked why about 52 percent of white women voted for Trump, despite the "Access Hollywood" tape showing him using vulgar language in the days before the election.