Ryan Tubridy interviews Hillary Clinton for The Late Late Show

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Hillary Rodham Clinton, First Lady, senator, Secretary of State, and the woman who earned more votes in a general election for President of the United States than any White man in history is making headlines yet again. You like the thing you're told to like.Obama discussed a wide array of subjects, including her husband's legacy, what her life has been like outside the White House, and the role of women in the workplace. That we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, 'He's better for me.

She went on to suggest female voters for Trump were just going with the pack. "It's the country legacy", Obama said. And when it came to the avalanche of criticism and negative comments that were lobbed at Obama herself, she said that "each blow, each negative comment just made me stronger".

"Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice", Obama told the audience during a question-and-answer session with author Roxane Gay at Inbound, a marketing conference that has attracted an assortment of famous speakers this week.

And although Obama is critical of the President, she added that she hopes he is successful.

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Obama also took some time to touch on a few topics near and dear to her heart, including addressing the Republican party's continued (and unsuccessful) attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. "He is our commander-in-chief".

In an interview with Late Late Show host Ryan Tubridy in NY, the Democratic nominee spoke about her concerns about President Donald Trump, interference in the election she lost, and about the Clintons' links to Ireland. But Trump beat Clinton among white women, 53 percent to 43 percent, based on exit polls cited by FiveThirtyEight.

Obama had campaigned for Clinton during the 2016 election.

Ms Albright later apologised.

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