[Ed. – Has she checked her approval ratings lately?]
Hillary Clinton said in a speech on Monday that she considered moving abroad after Donald Trump won the presidency.
Speaking in Auckland, New Zealand on the foreign leg of her tour to promote 2016 campaign memoir What Happened, Clinton reflected before a crowd of 3,000 people who she dealt with the defeat.
“I’m still proud of the campaign we ran and the 65.8 million Americans who supported it,” she said. “So when people ask me ‘how are you doing?’ I say, well as a person I’m okay. But as an American, I’m concerned.”
Trending: Blue wave destroys moderate Republicans
Clinton then joked that she received invitations to move permanently to New Zealand. “I must say I really did appreciate the offers,” she said. “Gave them some thought.”
“But I’m going to stay put because we have work to do in my country as well,” she added.