Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton peddled conspiracy theories on "The View" Wednesday when she said President Trump is an "illegitimate president" and said he is trying to cover up Russian election interference.
When asked about her own "gutsy moments" throughout her career, Mrs Clinton was candid and admitted that standing by her husband after the 1998 cheating scandal was one of her most courageous moments.
Clinton's campaign met with harsh public backlash after she was accused of using a private home server to receive classified emails from the State Department in violation of federal laws governing the handling of classified information.
Shortly before the show was taped, the Wall Street Journal reported that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was listening in on the phone call at the heart of the impeachment inquiry, in which Trump sought the Ukrainian president's assistance in investigating his main political rival, former vice president Joe Biden, and his son, Hunter Biden.
Sitting with her mother, Chelsea Clinton appeared taken aback by the former secretary of state's comments, telling Robach, "Goodness, I'm so overwhelmed by my mother's answer that I'm a bit out of words".
Then, before getting into the book, Colbert got into the Trump impeachment inquiry, asking, "Is it, dare I say, time to 'lock him up?'"
However, Clinton said she believes that was not the case with the Ukraine call because "you've got a president who doesn't listen to anybody and doesn't follow instructions whatsoever." .
"There were times that I was deeply unsure about whether our marriage could or should survive", she writes without specifically mentioning the affair. She added that she thought Trump's "whole life" had been a scam. "And I think if any of it had been easy, it wouldn't have been as gutsy as it's been".
"But on those days, I asked myself the question that mattered to most to me: Do I still love him?"
She finally cited her role as a mom to three children.