Hillary Clinton believes the world would be different if it were led by women, and has singled out Jacinda Ardern as an example.

While speaking at the 10th annual Women in the World summit in New York City, the former Secretary of State was asked if she thinks female leaders govern differently to men.
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"Of course!" she responded to laughter and applause from the audience. Clinton notoriously lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump despite winning more votes than him.

"Let's take the example of the horrific terrorist attack in New Zealand, and the response of the Prime Minister," she continued.

"I had a chance to meet with her about a year ago while she was very pregnant, and we talked about all sorts of things - having a baby when you're in a public position, how you balance all of that."

Clinton visited New Zealand in May 2018, during which time she had a conversation with Ardern in which they discussed "the things you talk about with your friends".

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