Hillary Clinton remains convinced that “the future is female” despite the current “challenges” and after her electoral defeat against now-president Donald Trump.
“Despite the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female,” says Clinton in a video prepared for the Women’s conference to be held this week in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
The former secretary of state exemplifies the multitudinous march of women that summoned millions of people from numerous cities of the United States and the world to protest against Trump on January 21, a day after his inauguration.
“Just look at the incredible energy we saw last month when women organized a march that mobilized millions of people around the country and the world,” she recalls.
“So please,” she says, “set an example for all the young girls and women out there who are worried about the future and wonder if our rights, opportunities and values will survive.”
“And remember that you are the heroines of the future, those who are going to make history, those who are going to break glass ceilings,” adds the former Democratic presidential candidate.
To conclude, Clinton retrieves one of the most remembered phrases of her speech of acceptance of the electoral defeat.
“Never doubt that you are valuable, powerful and that you deserve every opportunity in the world,” she said.
Clinton came with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to Trump’s inauguration on January 20th, and has since turned to Twitter to issue messages of support to those who speak out against the measures of the new government and defense of US rights and values.