Watch: Hillary Clinton’s full interview with former NZ PM Jenny Shipley

The former US Secretary of State sat down for an extended chat before a packed audience at Auckland’s Spark Arena. Source: 1 NEWS

Hillary Clinton thanks Kiwis for offers to ‘permanently relocate’ to NZ following shock election loss to Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton has jokingly thanked a handful of New Zealanders for their offers to "permanently relocate" here after her shock loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 US election.

Seven Sharp’s Hilary asks the first woman to run for US President about Donald Trump and Jacinda Ardern. Source: Seven Sharp

Speaking to at an event in Auckland tonight Ms Clinton said: "I want to thank some of you for sending good wishes during my campaign".

"I received a number of invitations from Kiwis to permanently relocate her."

Secretary Clinton details a notorious moment from her presidential campaign still present in her mind. Source: 1 NEWS

Ms Clinton says the “minute a women (in the US) stands up and says ‘Id like to lead’ everything changes” Source: 1 NEWS

"I must say I really appreciated the offers and gave them some thought, but I’m going to stay put because we have work to do in my country as well."

The 2016 US election candidate’s comment got a laugh from the audience during her speech in Auckland. Source: 1 NEWS



Watch: Hillary Clinton tells Auckland audience holding women to 'impossibly high standards needs to change'

Hillary Clinton has spoken out against what she says are the "impossibly high standards" women who aspire to leadership roles are held to.

Speaking to an audience in Auckland tonight, Ms Clinton - who ran against Donald Trump in the 2016 US Presidential election quoted recent comments from former US First Lady Michelle Obama.

"A few days ago Michelle Obama pointed out the consequences of holding women to impossibly high standards," Ms Clinton said.

"She (Ms Obama) said: 'If we still have this crazy bar for each other that we don't have for men. If we're not comfortable that a women could be a president then we have to have these conversations with ourselves.'"

"I think she's so right. This is something we have to explore, understand and change."

Earlier Ms Clinton said the more successful women become the less popular they are and women are also seen unfavourably when they advocate for themselves.

"Historically people like me when I'm serving a supporting role …. but the minute a women at least in our country (US) stands up and says 'I'd like a chance to lead' everything changes," Ms Clinton said.  

But Ms Clinton said being a woman in a leadership role "can also be rewarding".

"Just being at the table can bring a perspective that can be overlooked."

Ms Clinton says the “minute a women (in the US) stands up and says ‘Id like to lead’ everything changes” Source: 1 NEWS