Hillary Clinton is not stepping out of the public eye. Sure, she took a (completely understandable, well-deserved) break after the 2016 election, but she's here to say she's back.
Speaking at the Profession Businesswomen of California conference in San Francisco Tuesday, Clinton explained that even though she lost the presidency, she's not done fighting for what's right for this country.
"I'm fighting for a fairer, big-hearted, inclusive America. And the unfinished business of the 21st century can't wait any longer," Clinton said. "Now is the time to demand the progress we want to see…and I'll be right there with you every step of the way."
"Obviously, the outcome of the election wasn't the one I hoped for, worked for," she said. "But I will never stop speaking out."
It's unclear what Clinton's future plans are, specifically (there are rumors that she's considering a run for mayor of New York City), but whatever they are, it's so good to know that, in the words of her unofficial campaign anthem, "Fight Song," she's still got a lot of fight left in her.