It did not matter to them.
On November 9, the morning of her concession speech, she put on a fearless face in public: for her campaign team, for her supporters, for the American public. She felt "directionless and sad".
The last presidential candidate in her shoes was Al Gore-a fellow victor of the popular vote and loser of the election. As Clinton was explaining how candidate Trump played to the "millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others", Pauley finished Clinton's thought and blamed it on "millions of white people".
During their vehicle ride back to their Chappaqua, New York, home, Hillary remembers his unwavering support. She described feeling an "out-of body experience" on the platform and called Trump's speech a "cry from the white nationalist gut". "To that he now added, 'That was a great speech".
She said the word "deplorable" was floating around in her head because 'Trump was behaving in a deplorable manner'. Although she knew she had to respond to the "virtual avalanche of messages" eventually, for now, her husband of more than 40 years is what she needed. "Honestly, I wish she'd just shut the fuck up and go away".
"What you're saying is millions of white people", host Jane Pauley clarified.
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She said she had been prepped for that possibility, but once on camera, in front of tens of millions with Trump "scowling and leering" behind her, she faced a choice of either being "presidential" about it, or "Do I wheel around and say get out of my space, back up you creep!" "I am done with being a candidate, but I am not done with politics because I believe our nation's future is at stake".
JANE PAULEY: So, I'm wondering: How are you? Right? The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic - you name it, ' Clinton had said.
Clinton answered no when asked if she had any inkling that the election's outcome might not be in her favor.
'I was godsmacked, wiped out, ' she said.
"The best thing she could do is disappear", the former surrogate told the Hill.
She rebutted, "No, but they were already energized".