Clinton Speaks at USC, Appears on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took part in a roundtable discussion on homeland security at USC Thursday, March 24, 2016. James Featherstone, President of Homeland Security Advisory Council of Los Angeles Joumana Silyan-Saba, Mayor's Office of Public Safety Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Mayor Hillary Clinton Salam Al Maryati, Executive Director of Muslim Public Affairs CouncilBrie Loskota, Executive Director of USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture (Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News)
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took part in a roundtable discussion on homeland security at USC Thursday, March 24, 2016. James Featherstone, President of Homeland Security Advisory Council of Los Angeles Joumana Silyan-Saba, Mayor’s Office of Public Safety Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Mayor Hillary Clinton Salam Al Maryati, Executive Director of Muslim Public Affairs Council Brie Loskota, Executive Director of USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture (Photo by Walt Mancini/Pasadena Star-News)

On Thursday, Hillary Clinton took part in a roundtable discussion on the campus of the University of Southern California (USC). The roundtable consisted of Los Angeles area officials and focused on the issue of homeland security and the Muslim American community. Clinton spoke about the recent terrorist attacks in Belgium saying that the rhetoric coming from the Republican presidential candidates is dangerous and will not make America safer. She said, “We cannot allow our nation to be pitting groups against one another. We cannot give in to panic and fear. It’s not in keeping with our values. It’s not effective in protecting us, and it plays into the hands of terrorists.” A full video from the discussion is below.

Later in the evening, Clinton stopped by ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! where she and Kimmel discuss a number of topics including her campaign, Republican rival Donald Trump, campaign finance reform, and her email controversy. During her appearance, Kimmel offered suggestions of new campaign slogans, and he helped Clinton with a speech by “mansplaining” how it would be perceived by men. The interview was very light and funny, and you can check out clips from it below.

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News Source: The Los Angeles Daily News, ABC7

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