She went on to say, "And I really believe that we should have and still should take out his air fields and prevent him from being able to use them to bomb innocent people and drop sarin gas on them".
"As I said yesterday (Thursday) it is essential that the world does more to deter Assad from committing future murderous atrocities", Clinton said at a luncheon in Houston.
Hillary Clinton gave her first interview since the shocking November election, and divulged her thoughts on President Donald Trump's administration, Russian Federation and more during the sit-down with New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof at the Women in the World Summit, held in NYC Thursday, April 6.
Japan to extend unilateral sanctions against North Korea
In a statement, the United Nations body described the conducting of missile tests by Pyongyang as "highly destabilizing behavior". The test comes as South Korea, Japan and the USA wrap up trilateral naval military drills off the Korean Peninsula.
She said that many Americans had problems going into the election and then "you layer on the first woman president over that, and I think some people, women included, had real problems".
During her time onstage, Clinton also talked about the role misogyny played in her loss and career, encouraging young women to seek political office, but advised, "Toughen your skin".
In January, Clinton declined to end those rumors, but sources close to her continued to cast doubt on any hints that Clinton would run for mayor. But her remarks on the election, and the role gender discrimination played in it, made headlines. "There are so many examples in just the first 100 days", she said.
Former Fox anchor: Harassment is pervasive
On Tuesday, multiple advocacy groups started social media campaigns targeting companies sponsoring "The O'Reilly Factor ". O'Reilly has denied wrongdoing and said he supported the settlements so his family wouldn't be hurt.
While the former first lady and senator chalked up her electoral defeat to "lots of contributing factors" she admitted there were "certainly" things and she and her campaign could have done better.
And when asked about her life, she said: "As a person, I'm okay".
She said the Russian leader is "not very fond" of strong women but was reluctant to personally attack her former opponent, Donald Trump. "I am looking at doing interesting things, and I don't think that will ever include running for office again, as interesting as I find that to be".
Anthony helps Knicks beat Bulls 100-91
He has repeatedly said he hopes to remain a Knick, but his tone seems to be changing. "Guys were set to play defense". The teams on the left of the average line are teams the Bulls perform worse against than the league in general.