Hillary Clinton, who has stayed out of the public spotlight since the election, couldn’t stay away forever. Wednesday night, in honor of International Women’s Day, Hillary took to Snapchat to give a ‘message’
The Hill reports:
Clinton is seen wearing red in the brief clip in observance of “A Day Without A Woman,” a strike organized by the group that planned the Women’s March on Washington.
“There’s a lot to fight for: Planned Parenthood, education, healthcare, jobs,” Clinton says in her video. “Every issue is a woman’s issue. So stand up, resist, run for office, be a champion.”
Clinton also posted a message earlier on her Twitter account for International Women’s Day, and changed her profile picture to an all-red background with the Women’s March symbol.
On Tuesday, Clinton gave a speech for the 2017 Girls Inc. New York Luncheon, where she said that she had been doing a lot of sleeping and soul-searching since the election. She claimed that she was inspired to “get back up and keep going” in a speech which seems to forecast a future New York City mayoral campaign.
CBS reported that Clinton is scheduled later this year to make a speech at her Alma mater Wesley College and is likely to schedule more public speeches soon afterwards.