The former presidential candidate noted what has changed—and what hasn't—for women in politics, and took a swipe at Donald Trump.
"That would be so great," Steve Doocy said in a mocking tone. "I hope she's watching. Yeah, go ahead, get in."
She told British station BBC Radio 5 Live she thinks about what kind of president she would have been.
"Richard Spencer, the white nationalist leader, says he could vote for you," co-host Joy Behar pointed out.
The poll showed Clinton would be a head of Trump in the polls if she ran in 2020, with the real Democrat candidates also polling well against the president.
"The Daily Show" host asked the former secretary of state about the right-wing conspiracy theories she is accused of being a part of.
Conservative pundit Sean Hannity appeared to express disbelief about a tweet Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made in favor of Washington, D.C. statehood after the Washington Nationals World Series win.
Kyle Gerald Prall was sentenced to 36 months in prison after pleading guilty to mail fraud earlier this year.
"She feels entitled to do it," Dick Morris said. "She feels compelled to do it."
The political commentator tore into Hillary Clinton's place in the spotlight leading up to the 2020 election.
Lara Trump seemed to side with Gabbard rather than Hillary Clinton, who suggested that Gabbard is a Russian asset.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate told Fox News host Sean Hannity that she didn't know what was going on at the "closed door" hearings.
While appearing on Tucker Carlson, longtime top Clinton aide Philippe Reines said that Senator Clinton had "not shut the door" on running for President in 2020, but multiple senate Democrats have requested she not.
On Capitol Hill, Melania Trump ignored questions from reporters including: "Is the impeachment inquiry affecting you and your family in any way?"
"Oh come on, we're talking about her right now!" said Philippe Reines, an ex-Clinton adviser.
Russia is set to interfere in the 2020 elections, and Republicans are happy to let it happen. Gabbard could benefit them both.
Clinton has called Gabbard "the favorite of the Russians." Gabbard hit back, calling the failed 2016 presidential hopeful the "queen of warmongers."
Tulsi Gabbard escalated her war of words with Hillary Clinton in a Twitter video, telling Clinton to "step down from your throne."
The Fox News host said the unsubstantiated accusation was "lunacy" and called Hillary Clinton "reckless" and "silly" in his defence of Rep. Gabbard.
Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and Beto O'Rourke are among the 2020 candidates who have defended Tulsi Gabbard after Hillary Clinton accused her of being a Russian agent.
I agree with Hillary Clinton's assessment: Gabbard's campaign and messaging are at risk of being weaponized by Moscow to interfere with and manipulate our election.
"I consider [Gabbard] a competitor. I respect her service," Buttigieg said. "I would prefer we had arguments in terms of policy."
"Found in the archives...," Clinton tweeted, alongside an image of the joke historic letter.
2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard responded to Hillary Clinton's "Russian asset" accusation Sunday in a video demanding an end to Democratic Party corruption.
President Trump tweeted: "As you may have heard, I was called a big Russia lover also (actually, I do like Russian people. I like all people!). Hillary's gone crazy!"
Jill Stein and Tulsi Gabbard said Hillary Clinton continues to blame everyone but herself for losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump.
"Hillary does—and did—drive many people into the arms of Donald Trump. Her attack on Tulsi does likewise," the Republican-turned-Independent congressman tweeted shortly after 1 a.m.
HBO host Bill Maher presicted that President Donald Trump will defy the democratic American electoral process and try to remain in office even if he loses in 2020 by a "landslide."
There was "no persuasive evidence of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information," a report said.