Re: Trump taking Sanders supporters: "We are going to be reaching out to them as well." She pointed out the issues Trump and Sanders disagree on like the environment, equal pay, getting money out of politics and reminded Tapper that Citizens United was against her.
Hillary said she found Trump's foreign policy disturbing and lacked specifics on how things would be done.
Attacks from Trump are silly, she said. Attacks on her are not so important. She is more concerned about his attacks on groups like women, for example.Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump's foreign policy views "quite concerning" #HillaryOnCNN https://t.co/8I3d5JlgDz https://t.co/2IhNCH4pAK— CNN (@CNN) April 29, 2016
Has she learned anything from watching Republicans deal with him? Hillary said she has a lot of experience dealing with attacks from men. He can continue on his "insult fest."
As for his attacks on her trade policy history hurting her with blue-collar voters, Hillary pointed out that she won Ohio and his attacks on trade deals will not get in her way. Hillary has a track record on standing up against China and on the side of working people. She said we don't do enough for people who are hurt by trade deals. On the other hand, she cited a plant in Indiana where they are making Mercedes Benz cars for export to China.
She said the voters will have to determine if Trump is qualified. She is going to lay out her own qualifications. It never crossed her mind that she would face Trump in an election.
After the interview re-aired on Sunday’s State of the Union, CNN released the full video.
In the aftermath to this interview, Nina Turner said, speaking "as a historian," that Hillary Clinton should beg off using "off the reservation." In Living History Hillary stated of her grandmother who raised her: "Della Murray, was one of nine children from a family of French-Canadian, Scottish and Native American ancestry."