Congresswomen Carolyn Maloney suggests United Nations as next step for Hillary Clinton

NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton may be down, but she's not out.

Clinton will never stop working and could do some great work with the United Nations, New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-Astoria) suggested to PIX11's Marvin Scott.

"She will never stop working," Maloney said. "She will always make a difference and will always be a part of the dialogue in a positive way to advance the values of America and to advance the causes that she believes in."

Clinton may be able to do that by working for the United Nations, Maloney said. The congresswoman believes Clinton would make an excellent ambassador to the U.N. and feels President-elect Donald Trump should consider her for the position.

Maloney also suggested a position with the United Nations Children's Fund as a possibility. Clinton could even be president of the U.N., Maloney said.

"She could be the first woman to run the United Nations. She will continue to work and she will continue to give selflessly as she has her entire life."

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