Hillary Clinton Laments 'Long List of African Americans Killed by Police'

Clinton was preceded by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, who said the city "was the face of darkness and tragedy" after the Pulse shootings in June. The incident at the gay club just south of downtown Orlando killed 49 people and injured more than 50. "This is a reflection on us as a country", Clinton said. "You showed the world what Orlando is made of: strength, love and kindness".

It was an intimate setting as Clinton spoke to a diverse audience of about 500 at the community center. Maybe she'll vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump.

In Orlando Wednesday, she listed "reporting the news" among the normal jobs many disabled Americans already do, without otherwise calling Trump out specifically. African-Americans could prove crucial in several battlegrounds states, including Ohio. The image of Trump shaking in an exaggerated fashion has been incorporated into by Clinton's campaign and a supportive super PAC.

In reflecting on the recent shootings of African-Americans by police and the recent targeting of police in other parts of the country, Clinton promised to help the country heal if she is elected. Two officers were shot Saturday night during a shooting rampage in which the gunman killed another person. I mean, this is just unbearable, and it needs to be intolerable, ' Clinton said of the Terence Crutcher shooting Tuesday morning on the Steve Harvey Radio show. And she commended the efforts of police in responding to attacks in Minnesota and the New York-New Jersey area. The former of whom has very little in the way of a plan for the disabled and has rarely spoken on disability issues (aside from Tweeting that vaccines cause autism which they don't).

"Our police handled those terrorist attacks exactly right and they likely saved a lot of lives", she said.

"We've got to build an inclusive economy that welcomes people with disabilities, values their work, treats them with respect", she said.

Moore, the principal of the Philadelphia High School for Girls in North Philadelphia, attended the speech - geared toward millennial issues like college debt and youth activism - with a group of her students, who sat in the front row.

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The former US Open champion had hinted after partnering Mayer in doubles that he would not be playing on Sunday. The win secured his country a meeting with Croatia in November's final.

"She's definitely more prepared than her opponent. I get that. And I want to do my best to answer those questions", Hillary Clinton said recently.

Mizrahi also lamented that Trump had often "conflated the word "stupid" with the word 'loser, '" as she put it, warning that such thinking could hinder the job prospects of people with intellectual disabilities.

"She talks tougher about my supporters than she does Islamic terror", Trump said. The U.N. Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities was also a topic of discussion as she said that she would fight to get it ratified.

Almost 1 in 5 Americans has a disability of some sort, according to a report a year ago by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and that does not take into account family, friends or co-workers sensitive to the challenges those individuals face.

"In a 21st century global economy, we can not afford to leave talent on the sidelines", Clinton said.

"In this country, we all belong".

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