“People are very convinced they want to vote for the right person and then… you know, you get little hints that maybe they’re not as comfortable with a woman being in an executive position,” she told Vogue Magazine. “Especially in a big, rough-and-tumble setting like New York City or the United States of America.”
And in Nov., Clinton also claimed she was rejected from joining the Marines over her gender after she graduated law school.
“The Yale-educated lawyer who worked on the anti-war campaigns of McCarty and McGovern, who had just moved to Arkansas, whose husband was about to become the Attorney General of the state would decide to join the Marines?” CNN’s Jeff Zeleny pointed out.
But don’t worry: Clinton said she doesn’t believe she has ever lied.
“I don’t believe I ever have, I don’t believe I ever will,” she claimed during a CBS interview. “I’m going to do the best I can to level with the American people.”