Hillary Clinton new book sales top 300K

Stephen Colbert welcomed Hillary Clinton as his first Late Show guest after hosting the Emmys and helping to normalize Sean Spicer on Sunday.

Clinton, 69, is promoting her new book "What Happened" and Abedin, 31, has been keeping a lower profile amid her divorce with Anthony Weiner, a sex offender. He also threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea if it continues to build up its nuclear arsenal, calling the country's leader Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man on a suicide mission".

"Well, you know, if they'd take up a collection and somewhere really nice, I might consider it", Clinton joked about her detractors, before clarifying: "I am not going anywhere", which elicited raucous and extended audience applause.

She spoke about President Donald Trump's speech at the United Nations about North Korea: 'I thought it was very dark, dangerous, not the kind of message that the leader of the greatest message int he world should be delivering'. "But to say it clearly, 'We will not tolerate attacks on our friends or ourselves.' But you should lead with diplomacy, lead with the commitment to avoid conflict however you can".

"Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime", the US president said in front of a large group of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in NY.

On Tuesday night, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton compared herself to the famous Paul Revere, a silversmith who (according to legend) warned the Americans in Lexington and Concord that "the British are coming!"

Abedin towered in brown wedges that paired well with her Louis Vuitton bag. Abedin is seeking full custody of their 5-year-old son.

Clinton also talked about how she believes Russian President Vladimir Putin has a long-standing grudge against her because of her work as Secretary of State.

Emma Stone was seen walking into the theater carrying the book.

Clinton's book has gone to press three times and more than 800,000 print copies have been made.

Clinton predicted future attempts to influence American elections, as well.

"People could have gotten killed".

Vanessa Coleman