Hillary Clinton used a Monday night speech to rally Hispanic voters against the immigration rhetoric of Donald Trump and other Republican presidential candidates.
"I wish all of this could go without saying, but no more than ever it needs to be said," Clinton said at the National Immigrant Integration Conference in New York City. "This election has now become even more consequential. Here's my starting point: Our immigration system is broken and we need to fix it."
Trump has promised to build a wall separating Mexico and the United States, in order to keep out illegal immigrants, many of whom he describes as "rapists" and "criminals." Clinton attempted to quell those fears stating, "I disagree with people who say 'Make America Great Again.' I think America is great already!"