After Clinton corrected Swisher, she sarcastically added, "I know they all look alike".
Clinton: I know they all look alike.
Swisher then asked if Clinton planned to do any of that lifting.
She was actually referring to Mr. Holder, the former attorney general who faced criticism earlier this month for telling a crowd of Democrats: "When they go low, we kick them".
Mrs Clinton said she expects a crowded field of as many as 20 Democrats.
Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a Democrat and close ally of the Clintons, said Monday he's "confident" that Mrs. Clinton won't run again in 2020.
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According to witnesses, the Augusta AW169 struggled to clear the 25m-high stadium wall, before exploding into a ball of flames. He was also involved in charity work, donating £2 million towards a new children's hospital.
Whatever her intentions, the former presidential candidate has a long history of launching into jokes that fall flat.
"Well, I'd like to be president", Clinton explained, to the audience's enjoyment. Nevertheless, she would like to continue helping the Democratic Party. She has proven that she can not defeat Donald Trump.
"Oh I have no idea", Mrs. Clinton replied.
Whether you love her or whether you hate her, it is time for Hillary Clinton to move past running for office.
We need fresh, young blood in the Democratic party and everything I am saying right now about Hillary Clinton I would also like to direct it to Joe Biden, to John Kerry, to Al Gore.
Back in 2016, against the current president Donald Trump, who secured 232 electoral votes, Hillary Clinton only managed to secure 232. Though she told Swisher that the suspect was responsible for his own actions, she nonetheless went on to criticize President Trump for his "reckless rhetoric" that "whips up crowds" and "that aims at demeaning, demonizing all kinds of people".
"There were no articles telling (former vice-president) Al Gore to go away or (former secretary of state) John Kerry to go away or (late senator) John McCain or (former Republican presidential nominee) Mitt Romney to go away", she said.
Social media tore the joke apart, noting that donning a Halloween costume is "the only way" Clinton would ever be president. But when Swisher pressed her further, she added: "I'd like to be president". "Well, I think we now notice".