Transcript for Hillary Clinton Speaks Out as Trump Builds His Team
with our political strategist and ABC contributor Kristen Soltis Anderson. She joins us now, good morning, Kristen. Good to see you this morning. Good morning. Kellyanne Conway just showed up. All right. Did you get stuck in traffic? Was that it kellyanne. We'll get to kellyanne in a moment. Good morning. We'll talk to Kristen first. Let's go back to the remarks that Hillary Clinton made last night. What do you make of that and where does she go from here? Well, she certainly is disheartened. If you've been preparing your entire life to be the president of the United States, when it's finally kind of taken away from you it's got to be absolutely heartbreaking. There's a lot of folks in her party that still have not come around to accepting the result of this election. There's a lot of healing to be done. I think she can play a really big role in getting some of these folks to realize the election is over but there's productive work they can still do moving forward. We'll talk to kellyanne about the transition going on with president-elect trump. Chris Christie and those associated with him have been phased out. What kind of message does that send, do you think? You know, I think right now a lot of folks within the Republican party are excited to have control of the white house, but there are some who were critical of Donald Trump not necessarily big fans of his waiting for some signals about what the administration will mean. I think getting rid of lobbyists on the transition team and putting in place bans on having folks go and lobby after being in the administration is signal that he's going to do the draining of the watch but by bringing in someone like Nikki Haley would be a signal to those skeptical of him there's still room for them in a trump administration too. It would appear that way. Kellyanne Conway here right now.
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