She referenced the speech and her work on LGBT rights in her latest video, saying that many countries didn't like the new policy, but that it was her belief that standing up for the rights of the global gay community represented American ideals. Clinton talked about meeting young gay and lesbian women from countries that discriminated against homosexuality, who saw America as a "beacon of hope," and an example to the world.
"Traveling around the world these last four years reaffirmed and deepened my pride in our country and the ideals we stand for. It also inspired and challenged me to think anew about who we are and the values we represent to the world, "said Clinton. But she also said the United States still had some work to do.
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"For America to continue leading in the world there is work we must do here at home," she said.