Presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told the nation’s mayors Sunday she wants to be their partner.
Speaking to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, Clinton told more than 200 mayors she wanted to work with them to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure and help create small businesses.
Clinton told the mayors that dysfunction in Washington, D.C. is harming the rest of the country, blaming it for the failure of Congress to address immigration reform and to name a Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court.
She also took a wipe at Donald Trump saying America needed a leader that will be a partner and work with our allies.
She also made an appeal to Republicans in the audience saying she would work with them and push for an agenda that would help all of America.
You can view Clinton’s speech here.