In a one-on-one with Hillary on The Lead today, Jake Tapper went directly to the Clinton/Trump battle. Sitting with Hillary in Culver City, he asked her about her comment onTrump and the nuclear code. Hillary explained that the speech was an attempt to shed light on comments Trump has made.
Hillary stood on her experience and said Trump has neither the experience nor the temperament for the presidency.
Hillary condemned all violence in the political arena. Trump created an environment where violence was acceptable.
doesn't think any of the violence at the protests are helping anybody.
She wants it to end and said the police have a hard enough job. She
said Trump set the bar low and now people are jumping over it.
report: 75 straight months of jobs creation and unemployment rate did
drop again. Hillary wants to push for infrastructure jobs. We have come
a long way, and Trump's policies will throw us into another recession.
Hillary got very excited talking about how the government can step in
and help create jobs through public-private partnerships. You can see
that she is raring to go! She wants to get into the office and start doing these things.
Sanders challenge: Tapper asked why she is having a tough time closing
this up. Hillary said wait till Tuesday. She cited shared goals and
said they will unify to defeat Trump
Tapper asked about Clinton Foundation donations being compared to Trump U. She called the comparison absurd.
my opinion, Hillary is all cranked up. She knows that officially this
primary season ends on Tuesday and she is more than ready to get started
doing the job many believe she was born to do.
in the day, Hillary rallied in Culver City with women including Maxine
Waters, Karen Bass, Sally Field, Debra Messing, and Elizabeth Banks.