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At the South Bank Centre in London, Clinton told the audience she believed Trump was a sex offender and that she felt she had been a champion of women's rights in her career.'I was part of a revolution for women's rights that's began in the Sixties with real intensity.I became a leader of that movement.' In between she was joined by her confidant and aide Huma Abedin, who she collected from the Claridges Hotel.The US Embassy said it had not received any information about the former First Lady's accident. Back in Ireland, the former President Bill Clinton is due to receive an honorary doctorate from Dublin City University 'in recognition of his leadership in building and consolidating peace and reconciliation on the island.'The 71-year-old was president during the Irish Civil war, and played a role in helping to draw up a ceasefire between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.All schools, colleges and most businesses in Ireland are still shut for the storm, which has killed at least three people so far and knocked out 360,000 homes in the Republic.Recalling her tumble, she said: 'I was running down the stairs in heels with a cup of coffee in hand, I was talking over my shoulder and my heel caught and I fell backwards.'I tried to get up and it really hurt.I've broken my toe.'She added: 'I've received excellent care from your excellent health service.' Clinton, 69, has been in the UK promoting her memoirs, What Happened, which documents her shock defeat in the 2016 presidential election.Gutted.'Later Clinton was due at the London Studios to be interviewed by entertainer Graham Norton, but failed to show up.
She was later interviewed by James Naughtie at the Royal Festival Hall in front of an audience of 3000 people, receiving two standing ovations.It does look like she's not going to make it before the end of the programme.'I'm really, really sorry about that. ''We're working very, very hard to get this interview rescheduled and Hillary Clinton is very apologetic…what can I say?That's the situation.'Garvey later Tweeted a picture of Clinton's book in front of her BBC computer adding: 'I'd read the book and everything.This Morning host Philip Schofield said on Snapchat: 'Supposed to be interviewing Hillary Clinton... Gutted.' Host Jane Garvey, on Women's Hour today, told listeners initially that her star guest was delayed, but then posted on Twitter: 'I'd read the book and everything.Apologies.'Clinton underwent an x-ray this afternoon before deciding to appear on Norton's chat show.Jane Garvey, who had been due to interview Mrs Clinton on the BBC Radio show Woman's Hour, repeatedly told listeners she had been delayed.She said: 'Hillary Clinton has been delayed this morning, as I've already said.Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, P&O Irish Sea.The crossing operates up to 17 times each week with sailing durations from around 8 hours.They strolled for an early dinner at the La Petite Maison restaurant in Mayfair, surrounded by around a dozen secret service guards.The former first lady signed an autograph with the letter 'H' and a squiggle instead of her customary full signature and told an onlooker: 'I'm feeling fine.'But her fall led to a series of no-shows today in what were due to be her final round of promotions for her book 'What Happened' which is her summary of how she lost the Presidency to Donald Trump.