Alas, the former Democratic candidate was instead in the capital to promote her new memoir, What Happened.
She explained on the show, "I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards". I've broken my toe.
She hit out her opponent, President Donald Trump, who she said was still trying to please his Russian counterpart President Putin. Poised in a pantsuit, the 69-year-old nonetheless seemed to wear a look that said "I can't believe he's in the Oval Office, while I'm on a book tour".
Clinton said Sunday that Trump's attack on the National Football League players is one of the "very clear dog-whistles" the president sends to his political base, Fox News reported.
"I was a part of a revolution, I was part of a revolution for women's rights that began in the '60s with real intensity - continued up until the present day - and I became a leader of that revolution", she said.
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"I think that is both because he likes the whole authoritarian thing, you know the bare chest". That's not against our anthem or our flag. "Gutted", wrote "This Morning" host Philip Schofield on Snapchat.
Zac Petkanas, former director of rapid response for Hillary Clinton, and Erin Elmore, former Trump surrogate, on Hillary Clinton's perspective on the 2016 presidential race in her new book, 'What Happened'.
"Our intelligence community and other observers of Russian Federation and [Mr] Putin have said he held a grudge against me because as secretary of state, I stood up against some of his actions, his authoritarianism", Mrs Clinton said. "He wants an America that is divided from within", the former presidential hopeful told CNN.
Hillary Clinton's election would have marked the potentially irreversible final step in the march of socialism that is trampling our nation, and the end of traditional notions of American civic pride.
Trump added that Clinton's support for NFL players taking a knee in protest during the national anthem is the reason "why she lost the election".