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Hillary Clinton Reveals 'Gustiest' Decision She Ever Made

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Hillary Clinton Reveals 'Gustiest' Decision She Ever Made

'I'm sorry that they're doing it again because now they're trying to, you know, bring in other people, ' she said. They are scheduled to appear on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday and "The View" on Wednesday.

In one interview with CBS that aired Sunday, Clinton called Trump an "illegitimate president" and said she lost the 2016 race to a 'corrupt human tornado'.

Chelsea Clinton also was asked about the gutsiest thing she had ever done.

Robach asked Hillary Clinton, which caused the former secretary of state to pause for just a split second, then reveal: "Ah, boy, I think the gutsiest thing I've ever done-well, personally, make the decision to stay in my marriage".

Mrs Clinton has rarely commented on her husband's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which led to impeachment proceedings.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends the annual "European House Ambrosetti" forum on economy, September 6, 2019, at Villa D'Este in Cernobbio, Italy.

"I do believe he's the greatest scam in American political history, " Chelsea Clinton said.

Promoting their new book, "The Book of Gutsy Women", the mother and daughter discussed the women who have inspired them throughout their lives.

"Oh, goodness, I think I'm so overwhelmed by my mother's answer that I'm a bit out of words", Chelsea said.

The investigation into her use of a private server for classified emails became a key issue in the 2016 elections, with Trump and supporters shouting "lock her up!" at rallies and alleging that Clinton had overstepped the bounds of the law.

"He's obsessed with the fact that he was helped a lot in unprecedented ways", she said in contradiction to the now-debunked and investigated Russian dossier that was funded by her own political campaign. I'm very biased toward her...love her very much and feel very protective of her, although I know she doesn't need me to be.

Clinton added that the inquiry is "exactly what should be done", calling Trump's phone call with the Ukrainian president - a transcript of which was provided by the White House - behavior that is "embarrassing, if not illegal and impeachable".

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