Hillary Clinton says she’s “not ready” to accept the results of the presidential election.
The Democratic presidential nominee said she has spoken with the people of New York and she’s optimistic about the outcome of the election.
But she also said there are “still challenges” ahead and it’s too soon to declare the election over.
“It is too early to talk about the results yet, but we do not have to return to the state of the country.
We don’t need to go backward,” she said.
“I think that is the important thing to do and the important lesson we need to learn about this election.”
And it is too soon for us to talk as to whether we are going to be able to win the general election, but I am hopeful that we will be able and that we can win the election.
“She was responding to a question about her feelings after the election, which she called a “terrible outcome” and an “enormous shock” to her and her family.
The New York Times reported Monday that she has not spoken to her daughter Chelsea since last week and that her oldest son, Julian, is on a mission to attend college in Canada.
Clinton told the Times that her daughter’s visit was an “opportunity to be with her family”.”
I have to say, it’s been very, very challenging,” she told the newspaper.”
I think it’s the most important day of my life, and I think it is the most critical time of my lifetime.””
I want to go and be with my family, and to be the best mom I can be.
“Asked what she would tell her daughter if she were her, she said: “You need to listen.
I would talk about how you are making decisions for your future, and you need to be accountable for what you’re doing.
“Clinton said she was grateful for the support of “people from all walks of life”.”
What I would tell my daughter, and what I would do to my son, is that you need a loving, supportive, caring home.
You need a place to grow up.
And I hope my son has that opportunity,” she added.”
We need to give ourselves time, to be patient.
And we need a chance to go into the next chapter and to look forward.”‘
I think we have to look at all the facts’The Democratic nominee has been cautious about accepting the results, and said she thinks they should not be read as evidence that the election was “rigged” against her.”
As we speak, I’m going to spend the next week with people from all across New York,” Clinton said.”
They’re all going to talk to me about what they have seen and what they’ve seen for themselves.
And that’s what I am going to do, I am listening to what they are telling me.
I am confident that there are many people across this country who believe in this campaign.””
But it’s important that we do what we can to make sure that we keep the facts out of the media and out of politics.
We have to understand that this is not just about one candidate.
“Clinton also told the Associated Press she was “not sure” she will attend a White House ceremony in January.”
When you have a campaign where you are getting tens of millions of votes in three states, and then when you’re talking about the president’s performance, and when you’ve got a lot of people who were going to vote for you but who were against you, and were upset about the fact that you lost, that you had a negative, negative message, and people were going through a difficult time and not saying they were going, you know, I was going to come back and win, then you’ve lost the presidency, and it just seems like you are not getting that message out,” she explained.”
You know, so I’m not sure, I mean, it could be the case that this election, as it unfolds, has been so badly mishandled, and that this president, you could argue, should not have been re-elected.
But that is what I’m really concerned about.
I think we should not do that.
“Clinton, who spoke at a campaign rally on Monday, is one of three Democratic candidates who are competing to replace Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the White House.
She faces Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, in the Democratic primary.