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New York - 23 April 2019
1. Wide, Hillary Clinton being interviewed on stage
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Hillary Clinton, former Democratic Presidential candidate: ++SHOT CHANGES DURING SOUNDBITE++
"Reporter: And you said, we deserve to see the Mueller report?
Reporter: We've we've seen it or most of it. You know what, what. Well ... start of the second sentence. Let me read you the second sentence. I don't know if you had a chance to look at it: the Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in a sweeping and systematic fashion.
Reporter: Second sentence?
Yeah. Well that is the main story. And it's a story that needs to be told and retold over and over again, because we were the subject of a foreign adversaries attack. An attack on our election, an attack on our sovereignty, an attack on our democracy. And you can try to figure out everything that did happen and we're a long way from knowing, because we need to get the full report, the unredacted version and certainly the Congress deserves to get it. But I think it's fair to say that this is not just about a reckoning with the recent past. This is about what is going on today and the threats to our next election to our defense as a nation. So, Edward, I think the report is long and it obviously takes time to wade through it but especially for this group, it's something that every American who cares about holding our adversaries accountable, looking to prevent what happened from ever happening again, should take the time to go through. And I'm really of the mind that the Mueller Report is part of the beginning. It's not the end. Maybe as Churchill famously said it's the end of the beginning, because there's still so much more that we should know and that we should act upon. And obviously that's what the Congress is trying to figure out what to do right now. "
Hillary Clinton said special counsel Robert Mueller's report is only the beginning of a reckoning on election meddling.
"I'm really of the mind that the Mueller Report is part of the beginning, it's not the end," Clinton said Tuesday.
Quoting British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Clinton told the Time 100 Summit in New York that "there's still so much more that we should know and that we should act upon," when it comes to the Mueller report.
The former Democratic presidential candidate stopped short of calling for immediate impeachment proceedings.
She said Congress instead determine through a serious analysis whether President Donald Trump committed high crimes and misdemeanors.
She added, "it should be something undertaken in a really serious way based on evidence," and not a preordained conclusion for partisan political reasons.
She likened it to her experience as a young attorney working on the case for the impeachment against Richard Nixon, which she said won the trust and confidence of the public with its professionalism and nonpartisanship.
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