Clinton told radio host Howard Stern that while she was "crushed" by her election defeat, "I said to myself... 'Look, I hope he's going to be a better president than I think he will be. I'm worried about it but I'm going to do everything I can,' as I told him when I called him on that terrible night."
"Oh, you did call him that night," Stern said with surprise.
"I did," Clinton responded. "I said, 'Look, Donald, I want you to be a good president. I will do whatever I can to help you.'"
"Was he gracious?" Stern asked.
"He was so shocked... he could barely talk!" Clinton exclaimed. "He was more shocked than me, I think."
Parscale, who previously served as the digital media director during Trump's 2016 campaign, called out the former secretary of state, using the hashtag "#MoreLiesFromHillary."
"I was standing right next to him during the call. More lies from @Hillaryclinton to set a narrative," Parscale reacted. "@realDonaldTrump was gracious and excited about bringing the country together. It was her crazy 'theories' that tore us apart!"
Clinton also told Stern she attended Trump's inauguration because she felt a "sense of duty" to join the other former presidents and first ladies. She called it "one the hardest days of my life."