Visiting Washington DC, the former secretary of state says Republicans ‘have a hard time thinking about a woman in the White House’

Half a mile from the White House, where Hillary Clinton expected to return in January, she slouched into an olive green arm chair for another round of what she has likened to “therapy”.

Had it not been for her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 election, she would be taking her place this week with world leaders at the United Nations general assembly. Instead, Clinton was speaking at the Warner Theatre at the start of a 15-city book tour to promote What Happened, a 469-page memoir that dissects her doomed presidential campaign.

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