Hillary Ducks on What Her Husband and Loretta Lynch Discussed in Infamous Tarmac Meeting
HILLARY: "I didn't hear about it for days because it was so inconsequential to both of them. And when I did, I didn't think much of it. It was a rationalization that was used to be able to do what he did. What's important to me going forward is, as I say, I think it's important to focus on what happened because lessons can be learned. But the more important lessons it will affect your democracy going forward are not about him and the investigation. He forever changed history, but that's in the past. What's important is the fact that the Russians are still going at us. He himself admitted that before Congress. People I really respect like Jim clapper and others who knew that the Russians were doing have been sounding the alarm. I will tell you this, Anderson. If I had been elected president under the same circumstances so that I the lost popular vote, I squeaked through the electoral college and evidence came up that the Russians were trying to help me, I would have said on the first day in office we're going to launch the most thorough investigation. No nation can mess with our democracy. I would have had an I understand commission, I would have done everything I could to get to the bottom of it because it's not going to stop. That's what I'm worried about."