Clinton got to meet Penny after the election, and she said it was "really fun" to talk to her about her series. She also used Twitter as an example of the many ways the Trump administration was distracting Americans from what the real issues were.
"I take responsibility for every decision I made but that is not why I lost."She also attacked the media for covering her e-mail controversy "like it was Pearl Harbour" and not following up on the Russian interference.
After the election, she read a lot of mystery books, she divulged.
The DNC wasn't the only entity Clinton attributed her loss to on Wednesday, however. Clinton also attacked the Democratic National Committee, saying it was almost bankrupt and had no data for her.
Carlson said Clinton's conspiracy theory was so vast, she blamed alleged fake news websites based in Macedonia for working to undermine her candidacy. "Dump it now, '" she said.
Clinton said Wednesday that the DNC's data operation was "mediocre to poor" and that she inherited "nothing" when she won the nomination. "I had to inject money into it - the DNC - to keep it going".
Clinton said "Russian agents" released the emails shortly after a recording was leaked of then-candidate Trump speaking disparagingly about women on the set of "Access Hollywood".
To pull it off, Russians would have needed to be "guided by Americans", she added later.
But take away everything else and you are left with this: Hillary Clinton was the candidate. "That is unleashing a level of vitriol, and defensiveness, hatred, that I don't think we should tolerate". "It is pretty hard not to".
Asked the unavoidable question - whether she will run for president again - Clinton quickly answered, "No".
"It was a vast right-wing conspiracy". "It turned out we were right, and we saw evidence of it".
Clinton's note was a reference to the sentence fragment Trump tweeted at 12:06 a.m. EDT on Wednesday, which simply read, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe".
Hillary Clinton is quickly establishing herself as a legitimate challenge to Donald Trump for her total inability to move past November's presidential election. "I would just urge them to hurry up".