Hillary Clinton Slams Trump's UN Speech as 'Very Dark' and 'Dangerous'

Posted September 21, 2017

As the audience laughed, she added, "I am not going anywhere".

"It was very painful and hard, but at the end I really feel like I've done my very best to lay out what happened so that it doesn't happen again", she told Stephen Colbert about the book.

"What you do is mobilize politically to express your will and a rejection of that kind of Russian involvement in and coordination, at the ballot box", she said.

Clinton immediately bursts into laughter and her laughs only got bigger as Colbert shows the photo.

Given that publisher Simon & Schuster wasn't able to sell enough copies of Clinton's 2014 book, "Hard Choices", to cover half of the $14 million advance she was paid to write the book, perhaps every little bit of attention helps on her current publicity tour. "And I said, 'Well, I'll ask him, but if he's busy, I'll go'". "I think it's part of his world view which is all tied up with his anger, his disappointment in the collapse of the Soviet Union, and his feeling that we're his number one rival", Clinton said.

President Donald Trump is blaming Hillary Clinton-the former secretary of state and, of course, his 2016 election opponent-for North Korea's rapid development of nuclear weapons.

During his first address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, Trump harshly criticized the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying "Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime". With Clinton's visit, The Late Show's first telecast following a week off as Colbert hosted the Emmys delivered 2.8 rating in overnight metered markets.

North Korea and its quest for a nuclear program have posed problems for US presidents of both parties going back decades, with the dynastic Kim family unwilling to surrender its nuclear program.

"I think they will be back in 2018 and 2020, unless we stop them", she said.

Colbert also gave Clinton a parting gift: a folder filled with all of the unused Clinton jokes from his grim election night special. "Because I did not run for president, and I could barely do it", Colbert said.