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'MasterClass' nabs Hillary Clinton for new online course

Released on the streaming platform MasterClass, Clinton drew on her experience as first lady, secretary of state and her defeat in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to teach the course on "the power of resilience," according to a press release.

"You know, the lessons that I've learnt about getting back up after setbacks or disappointments is to first feel the disappointment. Don't pretend it didn't happen. It did," Clinton shares.

Clinton, who lost the presidential contest to Trump despite being the frontrunner, described "digging deep" and feeling "the bruises" to overcome failure in a video clip from the class.

She also recounted her second presidential debate against Trump, saying the former president "stalked" her around the stage and that she considered telling him "back up, you creep, leave me alone."

MasterClass said the course culminates with Clinton reading the victory speech she would have given if she had won the presidency.

Clinton, who lost the presidential contest to Trump despite being the frontrunner, described "digging deep" and feeling "the bruises" to overcome failure in a video clip from the class.

She also recounted her second presidential debate against Trump, saying the former president "stalked" her around the stage and that she considered telling him "back up, you creep, leave me alone."

MasterClass said the course culminates with Clinton reading the victory speech she would have given if she had won the presidency.