I had big differences with so numerous other people who have been president during my lifetime, but I never anxious about that.
Presenter Jane Garvey apologised to listeners close to the programme's end, saying: "Hillary Clinton has been delayed this morning, as I've already said. she's not going to make it before the end of the programme".
U.S. intelligence, she said, had told her Mr Putin held a personal grudge against her, leading Moscow's widely-reported interference in the USA elections. Clinton, who was also sporting crutches when she walked into the studio, said that she broke a toe as a result.
"If all you did was publish it, that would be one thing", she said.
Clinton, who is touring the United Kingdom to launch her book "What Happened", said Russia's interference on last year's USA election amounted to a "cyber 9/11", and she said Moscow was "not done" in tampering in Western democracies.
In July, Mr Trump joked that Russian President Vladimir Putin would have preferred Hillary Clinton to be in the White House.
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He was released in a 2014 prisoner exchange for five Taliban prisoners. The sentencing hearing is set for later in October.
"In an interview earlier today, Hillary Clinton said that she did not believe that players taking a knee in the National Football League was about disrespecting the flag", Roberts began to ask.
Assange, who remains holed up in London's Ecuadorian embassy, responded to her comments in a tweet, describing a "cold creepiness" of the former secretary of state.
She said Weinstein had donated to the Democrats widely.
"I think for number one, it's stolen information", Clinton said. She said the Trump's presidency "certainly is" a risk not just to the USA but also to "the rest of the world, including Australia".
"I tried to get up and it really hurt", she added, according to The Guardian.
She accused Putin of sharing Trump's attitude toward women: "He doesn't like women very much. That is the reason she lost the election", he added. During the 2016 election season, Wikileaks targeted Clinton's campaign, dumping thousands of hacked emails from chairman John Podesta's account. Not so, she claimed: "I'm not angry, I'm just trying to explain what happened".