Hillary Clinton has kept a relatively low profile since the 2016 election; the former secretary of state has been famously spotted walking in the Chappaqua woods near her home in upstate New York, attending Broadway shows like The Color Purple, and reportedly having HGTV marathons in her living room.
But as of today, Clinton is officially stepping back into the spotlight with the release of her new book, What Happened. While her new book primarily focuses on the 2016 election and how women in politics can navigate a career in public service, Clinton also sat down with Refinery29 to discuss Ivanka Trump, dealing with loss, and most powerfully, her best advice for millennial women.
“I have a little mantra where I like to say resist, insist, persist, and enlist,” she told the online publication. “Not everybody’s gonna run for office by any means, but you can support those who do. Whether it is standing up for DACA recipients … whether it is fighting for better rules to protect equal pay and overtime and all of the other pieces, or fighting to get healthcare for people. There’s so much to be involved in now, and so I feel like the commitment is there. The passion is there.”