Hillary Clinton made her return to late night TV on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' last night to promote her book about the 2016 election, 'What Happened', and didn't hold back when it came to talking about Trump, Russia and sexism.
Clinton got a hero's welcome from Colbert and the audience but quickly turned the conversation to her election loss and Russian interference in the election and what Americans need to do combat it, as well as why she believes Putin has a personal grudge against her.
Colbert also offered lighter fare in the form of an envelope of the unused victory jokes from Election Night, which allegedly featured "a really, really nice video shot by Katy Perry — now that the femitariat was taking over, how men would be regulated to subservient positions" as well as a parade of naked men with "I'M WITH HER" painted on their bare asses.
Colbert also brought up Trump's most recent comments at the United Nations where he referred to Kim Jong-un as "Rocket Man", which Clinton described as "very dark" and "dangerous", and "not the kind of message that the leader of the greatest nation in the world should be delivering."
"You are both required to stand up for the values of what we believe in, democracy and opportunity, as a way to demonstrate clearly the United States remains the beacon that we want it to be," she said.
The fact that this woman didn't get the job is (hopefully prosecutably) criminal.