Since the election, Clinton has remained in the public eye, speaking out against Trump, the violence in Charlottesville and sexual harassment allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein. She’s been vocal about her concern over the health care bill as well as the future of the country.
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Days before Vanity Fair shared the video, the Hill reported that Clinton was considering her role in the 2018 congressional elections and focusing on her political group Onward Together.
Twitter users were not pleased with the video, and many called out the magazine for being sexist and embarrassing.
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Some wondered why the magazine didn’t suggest hobbies for former male presidential candidates.
The hashtag #CancelVanityFair has been tweeted thousands of times since the video was first shared.
Former Clinton adviser Peter Daou blasted the magazine for insulting “one of the most accomplished women in the history of the United States.”
Another former Clinton adviser, Adam Parkhomenko, also chimed in.
According to Huffington Post, Kosoff, the Vanity Fair staffer who suggested Clinton take up volunteer work, knitting or improv comedy, responded to the criticism on Twitter Tuesday.
“I don’t appreciate being taken out of context to make me seem super sexist,” she wrote. “This wasn’t a Hillary hit piece either, fwiw! We made silly new years resolutions for a bunch of politicians.”
Kosoff's tweets are protected, so only those that already follow her can view them.