"It started after the election … I was really impressed with how people said that to me – you know, mostly people in the press, for whatever reason – like," Oh, you know you, go away, go away, "Clinton said at an event at Rutgers University.
Ruth Mandel, director of the University's Eagleton Institute of Politics, had asked Clinton how she responded to people who asked her," to disappear from the public stage and to shut up. "
" They never said that to any man who was not elected, "Clinton said." I was kind of impressed. "
She continued," Former To mention presidential candidates who had lost their candidacy to the White House but did not shy away from political discussions.
"I'm really glad you know, Al Gore did not stop talking about climate change," Clinton said the former Vice-President who ran for president in 2000.
She continued, "And I'm really glad that John Kerry has gone to the Senate became an excellent undersecretary."
"And I'm really glad that John McCain kept getting up and saying what he wanted had say, "Clinton said of the Republican of Arizona.
"For heaven's sake, Mitt Romney is running for the Senate," Clinton said, referring to the US Senate's election campaign for the Senate in Utah.
Clinton added that she was "really ready to speak out and do everything in my power over where our country is going."
Clinton later wrote on Facebook that she "meant no disrespect for individuals or groups."
Eric Bradner of CNN has contributed to this report.