Hilary Clinton, speaking to Kara Swisher of Recode, corrected her host who had got confused between Cory Booker and Eric Holder - both prominent figures in the Democrat Party. "And it's just going to be a lot of heavy lifting".
Following the elections next week, Bill and Hillary will go out on a 13-stop tour across the United States discussing current affairs and politics.
Clinton's comments come as speculation has increased over whether she will launch another bid after the midterm elections.
Further, many Democrats who disapprove of Trump blame Clinton for his election.
Like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Mrs Clinton has been depicted as a villain in Republican campaign advertisements that attack Democratic candidates. But beyond that, you have two-time nominees and two-time losers (Adlai Stevenson and Thomas Dewey), a three-time nominee and three-time loser (William Jennings Bryan), and others who ran again after losing the general election but couldn't even win the nomination (Hubert Humphrey and George McGovern). She just can't stop, which is so good for the Republican Party.
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According to it, almost four million people voted last weekend, in spite of many attacks perpetrated against the voters. IEC figures show roughly 4.2 million out of the almost nine million people registered to vote actually cast a ballot.
Mrs Clinton said she expects a crowded field of as many as 20 Democrats.
"She is smarter than most, tougher than most, she could raise money easier than most, and it was an absolute fight to the death", he said. Ingraham noted that Hillary Clinton recently signaled interest in running for president again. "While it perhaps sounded like @HillaryClinton refused to rule it out, my take is she was basically implying she wishes she were president but doesn't relish running again".
Longtime Clinton aide Philippe Reines in a Politico profile earlier this month said there is a "not zero" chance that the former Secretary of State will run against Trump. Nevertheless, she would like to continue helping the Democratic Party. "I think it would be pretty damn clear if she was".
Mr Trump has previously said Joe Biden, Vice President from 2009 until 2017, is his "dream" opponent.