While Clinton was on the show, she answered all sorts of questions about her time in the White House as first lady. Clinton's husband, Bill Clinton, was president from 1992 to 2000.
She talked about making the White House smoke-free, which at the time was a big deal. "I got into a lot of trouble," she recalled, "A lot of the leaders had to go outside to smoke and that was challenging."
When asked to share her most "cringeworthy memory" as first lady, she brought up healthcare. She recalled, "You know, going to events to try to promote healthcare and having people claim that there was nothing that needed to be changed and you know, a couple times I couldn't resist rolling my eyes or saying, 'Wow, what world do you live in?'"
Clinton was also asked about her thoughts on Melania Trump's campaign against cyber-bullying. Clinton received applause from the studio audience when she said, "I think that she should look closer to home."
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