While attending President Donald Trump's Inaugural out of a sense of duty as a former First Lady, Hillary Clinton had what she described as an "Out of body experience," according to ABC News on Sunday. Clinton, who was defeated by Trump in the 2016 Presidential election even though she received three million more votes, did not mince words in describing Trump as a racist. Clinton described Trump's Inaugural Address as a "Cry from the white nationalist gut," according to ABC News on Sunday.

Trump offended millions

Trump, who offended millions of Americans and people throughout the world by showing little to no compassion for the family and friends of the female counter-protester who was run over and killed by a white supremacist at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has been labelled a racist ever since he first began his presidential campaign.

During that tumultuous campaign, Trump described Hispanic immigrants to the United States as "rapists, murderers and criminals"

Invaded her space

During her interview with Jane Pauley on "CBS News Sunday Morning," Clinton recalled that moment during one of the debates with Trump that he invaded her space by following her on stage and standing right behind her and shaking his head while she answered a question. Clinton described that moment as "discombobulating," and she stated that she had a choice either to ignore Trump's behavior and go on, or to "wheel around" and face Trump and say, "Get out of my space, back up you creep," according to ABC News on Sunday. She chose the former.

Blames herself for losing election

Although the former Secretary of State made her dislike of "the Donald" known in her Sunday interview with Jane Pauley, she nevertheless blamed herself for the fact that she lost the presidential election. Clinton admitted that there were things that she could have done differently and she was self-effacing while providing a realistic and sobering assessment of the situation.

Clinton emphatically stated, "You can blame the data, blame the message, blame anything you want -- but I was the candidate. It was my campaign. Those were my decisions," according to ABC News on Sunday.

Millions of white people

While reflecting on Trump's "message" during the 2016 Presidential campaign, Clinton described Trump as "giving hope" to "millions of white people." The former Secretary described Trump's message as providing a sense of nostalgia for white people "who were upset about gains that were made by others," according to ABC News on Sunday.

These people, many of whom included white nationalists, Nazis and members of the KKK, believed that "the Donald" would bring America back to the days of Jim Crow Laws, which were enacted right after the Civil War and lasted until the mid 1960's. These racist laws called for segregation of blacks and whites in all public facilities and entities, including schools, government buildings, buses, and even public restrooms and drinking fountains. Donald Trump, who has been accused of lacking compassion for the Dreamers who are working hard, going to school, and hoping for a better life in America, symbolized and exemplified the wanton desire among white supremacist to return to the days when racism and segregation ran rampant throughout the country.

Hillary's new book

Hillary Clinton described many more of her reactions to the campaign and to Trump's inauguration in her new book, "What Happened," published by Simon & Schuster. The book is scheduled to be released this week and will be available at all major retail and online bookstores.