50 Times Hillary Clinton was Inspiring to Everyone

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NEW YORK – FEBRUARY 05: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks on stage at a ‘Super Tuesday’ primary night rally in the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios on February 5, 2008 in New York City. Clinton is facing off with rival contender Sen. Barack Obama on the biggest ‘Super Tuesday’ in American history. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

14. Giving Up with Dignity

When asked if he would concede, Donald Trump basically said that if he lost, he would think the election was rigged. Why? Because Russia was fixing it for him. But that’s besides the point. Hillary lost and she didn’t cry and whine in public or tweet about it at 3 in the morning. She took it in stride.

Hillary made one of the greatest speeches to date and inspired so many of us with her loss. She didn’t act like a child but rather stood up and made it clear why she was a hero to so many women across the United States.

She lost with dignity, something that Donald Trump wouldn’t have done, and it makes us all realize that sometimes, we fall and we have to accept it.

Hillary clearly wanted to be our next president and it didn’t work out. But she took her night to mourn the loss, got up, and gave a speech that will inspire girls for generations. Because that’s just who she is. She isn’t going to let this ruin her. She’ll get back up again and fight for the country she loves. We just need to remember to do the same thing.