Watch Hillary Clinton’s full speech Monday on the Orlando shooting.
At a campaign rally, Hillary Clinton said Monday that the deadly shooting in Orlando is “a moment when all Americans need to stand together.”
The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said the U.S. should attack home-grown terrorism with “clear eyes” and “steady hands.”
Clinton said in Cleveland that the nation’s biggest mass killing breaks the nation’s collective heart and tears at the country’s sense of security and infuriates Americans.
The attack shows that the Islamic State cannot be contained but must be defeated, she said. Clinton added that the country faces a “twisted ideology and a poisoned psychology” that inspires the so-called “lone wolf.” She vowed to make identifying and prosecuting these types of attackers a top priority.