"I win the coasts", Clinton said. Clinton was on her way out of Jahaz Mahal, built during the rule of Mandu Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Khilji, when she slipped after she lost her balance despite an aide helping her down.
"No, I have no plans to do that", she said, adding that she would do whatever it took to help the Democrats win in 2020.
Clinton said Trump remarked positively after Chinese President Xi Jinping's government abolished term limits. She did not mention that Republican states Louisiana and SC elected the first two Indian-American governors Bobby Jindal (R., La.) and Nikki Haley (R., S.C.), and the latter now serves as the Trump administration's ambassador to the United Nations.
To a question on whether America deserved Donald Trump as its President, the former US Secretary of State quipped, "No.He ran a TV reality campaign". This is the elitism people voted against.
Japan calls for North Korean steps toward denuclearization
Trump now has the opportunity to achieve what no president has been able to achieve in seven decades of U.S. North Korea reneged on its 1994 pledge to the U.S.to freeze nuclear development and instead raced ahead.
Then she turned to Trump's voters: "And his whole campaign - "Make America Great Again" - was looking backward". You don't want to, you know, see that Indian American succeeding more than you are?
The final part of her comments above might be the most incendiary, though, and it most closely resembles her "deplorables" critique.
"Anti-immigrant feeling became virulent because of Trump's rhetoric", she alleged.
Relying heavily on a member of her entourage for support, Clinton slipped and almost fell. "It means a person who is most outrageous and says incorrect things, but gets away with it".