Hillary has given her last and final speech of her presidential campaign to her team. It was an emotional moment for everyone and an even happier moment for the rest of America. Who is ready to see this witch locked up?
Days after losing the presidential election, Hillary Clinton emerged on Friday night at a party for her campaign staff in New York after acknowledging earlier that the last few days have been ‘very, very tough’.
Clinton was cheered by her staff members as she walked on stage during the event at her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.
Her husband, Bill, daughter Chelsea, campaign chairman John Podesta and top aide Huma Abedin were standing close by as they also clapped for her.
As her staff started chanting her name, she stood there and admired the crowd of people cheering her on, while also saying ‘thank you so much’.
She also said she had 1,200 roses delivered to her home on Friday and that she brought them to the event for everyone to have.
While speaking to the crowd, she begged them to keep fighting for what’s right.
‘I love you and will be forever grateful to you and I hope that our paths will cross in someways over the months and years to come,’ Clinton told her staffers.
‘But tonight it’s really my chance to say thank you, thank you for everything you have done for me, for our common mission, our campaign that I’m so proud of.
‘And have a good time tonight and then regroup and think about what we can do to make sure that we prove love trumps hate.’
Both her husband and Podesta were reportedly crying as she spoke on stage.
Earlier in the day during a 15-minute call with staff members and volunteers across the country, she explained that the election loss has taken an emotional toll on her.
‘I’m not going to sugarcoat it: These have been very, very tough days,’ Clinton said.
‘This is a tough time for our country. I think we have seen how people have been reacting to the events of this election and I know we have got to be reaching out to each other to keep it clear in our own minds that what we did is so important.
‘It looks like we are on the path to winning the popular vote, and that says volumes about the importance of your work and the lasting impact it will have.’
She thanked her supporters for all of the hard work they put into her campaign as it was ‘one of the greatest honors’ of her life.
The former first lady also encouraged them to remain politically active.
‘This is a hard loss for all of us because we know what was at stake in this election and we have to do everything we can to continue to support the causes we believe in,’ the former secretary of state said.