The Democratic presidential candidate announced that her campaign team is hosting 500 voter registration events across the USA this week.
Ahead of this week's Republican National Convention, only 27 percent of voters view Trump positively while 60 with a 27 percent positive/60 percent negative score (-33) - remaining the most unpopular presumptive presidential nominee in the history of the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
"They're not. They love the country just as much as I do, and I think that's a thing that we need to step away from", he said.
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"My opponent may have a different view but there's nowhere I'd rather be than right here with all of you", she said.
"I can hear you", she added.
Mrs. Clinton discussed several aspects of that pledge in her speech, repeating numerous demands made by Mr. Brooks. Mrs. Clinton announced a national mobilization campaign with a goal to register 3 million voters.
Folk told the AP he took to Twitter after he watched a video of testimony before a U.S. House committee related to Clinton's emails. Sherrod Brown (D., Ohio) said it should be easier to vote and not harder, and he encouraged attendees to vote not only in the upcoming presidential elections but local races as well.
Cranston, who previously called Trump's unfiltered candor "refreshing", said that while he disagrees with Trump's rhetoric and policy proposals, he at least attempts to understand why many Americans support him. Gov. John Kasich spoke to the group Sunday. Conventions are a boon for the hosting party, in part because of the blanket coverage they get by the press.