Clinton: I am done with being a candidate

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On September 9, 2016, Clinton was speaking at the LGBT for Hillary gala in NY when she lumped Trump's supporters into two 'baskets'.

"There I was, on the platform, you know, feeling like an out-of-body experience", she said in an interview on CBS Sunday Morning.

"As an active politician, it's over".

Hillary Clinton revealed that she doesn't plan on running for office ever again, but she won't be leaving politics in all of its forms entirely.

Clinton added that she failed to draft a concessions speech the night of the election and still felt awful about losing. Instead, the segment was relegated to much later in the broadcast, with the show first spotlighting the devastating storm that was already bearing down on Florida. "It's part of the demonstration of the continuity of our government", Clinton explained.

"I understood that there were many Americans who, because of the financial crash, there was hate and there was resentment - but I believed it was my responsibility to offer answers to it", Clinton said.

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During the interview, which was taped Friday, Pauley inquired about what went wrong in Clinton's surprising defeat and what derailed the campaign that was "supposed to make history" by electing her the first female president of the United States.

"What you're saying is millions of white people", CBS' Jane Pauley said.

Despite her loss, Clinton told Pauley she takes pride in having run a traditional campaign, compared to Trump's unconventional campaign.

Ten months after her historic election defeat, Clinton is clearly ready to cash in.

On November 9, the morning of her concession speech, she put on a courageous face in public: for her campaign team, for her supporters, for the American public.

Choking back tears, Clinton described the pain of attending Trump's inauguration - and listening to her victorious opponent's speech, which she called a "cry from the white nationalist gut".

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Afterward she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, packed up and went home to their Chappaqua, New York estate. "When you know why you're doing something and you know there's nothing more to it and certainly nothing sinister, it's easy to assume that others will see it the same way".

Clinton, often described as a cold calculator, has also recognized the awful void she felt after her surprise defeat, and this despite a wide lead in the popular vote.

"There were a large number of people who didn't care", Clinton said.

"I just felt this enormous letdown, just kind of loss of feeling and direction and sadness".

The interview comes as Clinton prepares to embark on a tour for her new book on the 2016 presidential election, What Happened. "I was just gob-smacked, wiped out", Clinton recalled.

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