It was needling that seemed destined to eventually draw a pointed response from the president on Twitter, Amanpour noted, and Clinton said she was fine with that. I was the person who was on the ballot.
Her remarks equally appeared calculated to show that Clinton believes she has a voice and a rightful place in the political fray.
Since the November election, Trump has repeatedly claimed without any evidence that the only reason Clinton won the popular vote by almost 3 million votes is because of people voting illegally.
The panel consisting of Dana Bash, Brianna Keilar, Nia-Malika Henderson, Wolf Blitzer, and David Gregory expressed surprise at what Clinton said, calling it "remarkable" and an "incredible interview". "I think other things did as well", she continued.
Amanpour also asked Clinton whether she was a victim of misogyny.
"Yes, I do think it played a role", Clinton said. " ... It is real, it is very much a part of the landscape, political and socially and economically".
Hillary Clinton, 69, is ready to resist!
In addition to reflecting on the loss, the former first lady and USA senator hinted that she intends to continue speaking out against her former opponent, contending that she's "back to being an activist citizen, and part of the resistance".
I think she's absolutely right about the unprecedented steps that Jim Comey took as FBI Director --completely disregarded Justice Department policy for however many years on how to handle an investigation.
Clinton faulted Trump for not having a strategy for how to deal with North Korean President Kim Jong Un and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Wang-Tillerson meet amid tensions in Korean peninsula
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov cautioned on Friday that the use of force would be "completely unacceptable ". He said, "failing to act now on the most pressing security issue in the world may bring catastrophic consequences".
But the truth is, dodgy email security aside, Clinton didn't win because not quite enough of America liked her or wanted her to be their commander in chief.
Clinton said such negotiations could make it harder to work out a solution with countries in the region.
Chalian went on to wonder if this supposedly "authentic" Clinton was indicating she was going to run for office again in the future.
The former Democratic presidential nominee discussed the presidential contest during the Women for Women International's annual luncheon in NY.
Since spending months out of the limelight after the 2016 campaign, Clinton has re-emerged onto the public stage as the Republican Party grapples with Trump and the Democratic Party searches for a leader.
In a series of speeches, Clinton has shown a willingness to knock the President, as was on display at Tuesday's interview.
Clinton still has a lot of plans to continue resisting Trump.
"Really? Take away maternity care?"
But she declared herself geared up to stay politically active and involved with the Trump opposition, for whom "Resist" has become a popular slogan. "Who do these people talk to?" But the media's election post-mortems have mostly ignored it because it implicates the media's judgment.