Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump adds to legal team after attacks on Mueller Press: You can’t believe a word he says Feehery: March Madness MORE says women in public life are under more pressure to perform at a consistently high level.

In an interview with “Morning Joe” hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski on Friday, Clinton said there are far more avenues available to men.

“Well, look, I think Mika and I understand this, and maybe it’s because still today when you are a high-achieving woman, particularly one in the public eye, you really are just expected to perform at a higher level all the time,” Clinton said.

“And there are not enough experiences with different styles or different approaches that women make — men, my goodness, there’s a million different ways you can be successful, you can communicate and all the rest of it,” she added.

The former secretary of State said it is more difficult for women to communicate emotion effectively.

“I invest a lot of energy and a lot of my own emotion into what I do, and I think sometimes instead of that being as easy to understand as I would like it to be, it sometimes is a little bit nerve-wracking,” she said.

Clinton remarked she is no a “natural politician” like her husband or President Obama.

“And, look, I’m not telling you anything you don’t know, I am not a natural politician, like Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonCourt questions greens’ challenge to EPA chemical rule delay The only way out of this mess Federal court tosses out Obama-era rule requiring financial advisers to act in customers' best interests MORE or Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaTrump adds to legal team after attacks on Mueller Stock market is in an election year: Will your vote impact your money? Trump will perpetuate bailouts by signing bank reform bill MORE,” she said.

“And, so for me, it really came through the root of service, it really came from a deep conviction that we had to make sure this country we all love kept producing opportunities for everybody, and I see that narrowly, and I see people being left out, and it upsets me.”