With a presidential race that is tightening up as we get closer to the election, Democratic voters were certainly concerned about the health of their nominee, former Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton. Clinton stumbled and was rushed into a waiting car at a 9/11 memorial event on Sunday, leading to renewed concerns about her health. Clinton has since released some health information and told the Tom Joyner Morning Show she’s feeling much better. Then she proceeded to prove it by answering some tough questions from the TJMS crew. Here’s what Mrs. Clinton had to say about Donald Trump, why it’s important to vote and her plans for America’s future.
Roland Martin: A recent New York Times story revealed that focus groups showed that African-Americans are leery about your presidency. Beyond criminal justice, what are the three issues that impact African-Americans that you can speak to get them paying attention to your campaign?
Hillary Clinton: I’m well aware that I still have work to do and I’m very committed to continuing to traveling across the country to talk about and hear from young African-Americans about the struggles that they face daily. Our campaign has hired a number of people, both at our headquarters and organizers on and off campus that are also having conversations about what’s at stake in this election. And I also have a lot of sympathy, because think about what this millennial generation has faced. They entered the workforce during one the worst recessions in our nation’s history.