WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton is pledging to challenge the gun lobby as she opened another California campaign day at an Oakland church.
Clinton told an enthusiastic crowd at Greater St. Paul Baptist Church that the country is “getting indifferent to the great toll of gun violence.”
The former secretary of state is closing in on the Democratic presidential nomination and has been campaigning aggressively to win California, which votes Tuesday.
She’s also been drawing an enthusiastic response for a recent speech slamming Republican Donald Trump’s foreign policy.
Clinton did not mention Trump or Democratic rival Bernie Sanders at the church. She recalled a summer interning at an Oakland law firm in 1971 when she and Bill Clinton were first dating, along with some “really wonderful memories.”