"What [Vladimir] Putin wanted to do was sow distrust and confusion as well as influence our election", she said and added that its time USA political leaders act like "patriotic Americans". "I really believe we should have and still should take out his airfields and prevent him [Assad] from being able to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them", said Clinton.
The Women in the World conference in NY was the first public interview given by Clinton since she lost the Presidential Election.
Speaking at a luncheon in Houston on Friday, Hillary Clinton, former Democratic presidential candidate, said Trump's reasoning for the airstrikes on Syria conflicts with his attempt to ban the Middle Eastern country's refugees from entering the United States, according to local TV station ABC13.
She has been hiking near her Westchester, New York, home, enjoying Broadway shows and spending time with her grandchildren Charlotte, 2, and Aidan, 9 months.
Certainly misogyny played a role that has to be admitted.
"I think in this election there was a very real struggle between what is viewed as change that is welcomed and exciting to so many Americans and change which is worrisome and threatening to so many others".
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Clinton, who served as secretary of state under former President Barack Obama, weighed in less than a day after Trump authorised airstrikes against a Syrian regime target in retaliation for a chemical attack on civilians.
"For people who are interested in this, the almost 66 million people who voted for me, I want to give as clear and as credible an explanation as I can", she said. "And I just refused to do that - and that infuriated everyone", Clinton said in the interview, conducted by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
"The things that come out of some of these men's mouths, like why do we have to cover maternity care?"
In January, Clinton declined to end those rumors, but sources close to her continued to cast doubt on any hints that Clinton would run for mayor. Clinton did not mention Trump by name when discussing Syria, but concluded that the action in Syria the night before "serve as a reminder that "politics matter enormously".
"He's not exactly fond of strong women", she said of Putin. I think it would be naïve, " she continued. "I am looking at doing interesting things, and I don't think that will ever include running for office again, as interesting as I find that to be".