Touching on immigration and climate change, Hillary Clinton made her most political speech since losing to President Donald Trump in the 2016 election at the Professional BusinessWomen of California's annual conference in San Francisco.
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In some of her first and sharpest political comments since her presidential loss, Hillary Clinton criticized the country's new leaders on everything from health care to a shortage of women in top positions
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Speaking at the Professional BusinessWomen of California Conference , Hillary Clinton addressed sexism in the workplace and pointed out reporter April Ryan's exchange with Sean Spicer during the White House press briefing as an example.