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Cynthia Nixon has admitted to feeling "a little devastated" over the way the first 'Sex And The City' film ended.

There's one scene in "Sex And The City 2" that left Cynthia Nixon "devastated".

On Wednesday, during her first talk-show appearance as a gubernatorial candidate on The Wendy Williams Show, Williams asked whether there were any scenes in the franchise that Nixon had her doubts about.

She continued that when Trump became the U.S. President, it dawned on her that if the people don't like the direction the government is going, then it's time for someone to step up and make a change.

"Let's capture some of that revenue", Nixon said on an episode of the "Wendy Williams Show" that aired on Wednesday.

She also addressed the chatter over a celebrity entering politics. "I love NY and I believe so much in NY", said the NYC native, going on to add that funding for the city's public schools would be a top priority for her as governor. "I have to say, when Andrew Cuomo ran eight years ago, he was a celebrity because he was the son of Mario Cuomo".

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Nixon's made recent headlines for her support to legalize marijuana, noting there is "such an appetite for real progressive change in NY state".

Nixon spoke to Williams about her political views which include the legalization of marijuana, gun control and her support of the Black Lives Matter movement, calling Donald Trump's election a "wake-up call" for women across the country.

Williams also brought up the recent police-involved shooting of Stephon Clark in Sacramento, California, asking Nixon, "Is this a black man thing?"

Williams then asked Nixon how black women can help her be elected governor, to which the actress was quick to emphasize that the women are the "backbone of the Democratic Party", echoing what DNC head Tom Perez said after black women proved to be a key factor in the Alabama special election win of Democrat Doug Jones a year ago.

"Yes, I think it is", Nixon replied. "Black women are going to stop showing up for the Democratic Party if the Democratic Party doesn't show up for them".