Hillary Clinton rouses women's summit with first big speech of presidential run

Having vowed to be the champion of ordinary Americans, presidential confident Hillary Clinton came ready to bring the pain amid a discourse in New York on Thursday night in which she extended her own principle – "ladies' rights are human rights" – to the predicament of moms, fast food laborers, outsiders, retirees, understudies, gay and transgender individuals and casualties of sexual misuse.

In the first enormous discourse since proclaiming her presidential run recently, Clinton took hits at Hobby Lobby for contradicting boss secured contraception, rebuked the World Economic Forum for not precisely being a "hotbed of women's activist thought" and hammered Republicans for slowing down the assignment of Loretta Lynch, whom the US Senate affirmed on Thursday after an extensive deferral.

"This isn't just about ladies,'' Clinton said, contending that enhancing the financial security of ladies would advantage everybody amid her keynote discourse at Tina Brown's three-day Women in the World Summit.Guardian News reports.