Clinton specifically referred to the Civil War, suggesting that the country faced a similar threat of divisiveness from Donald Trump. “Abraham Lincoln understood a house divided against itself cannot stand, and that was over the greatest of challenges – the challenge posed by slavery – and we fought a civil war,” she said.

She warned voters that it was time for the country to take the divisions in the country seriously. “But we also have to take stock of how divided we are today, the kinds of divisions that need to be healed to bring people together,” Clinton added. Clinton argued that she would be the candidate who could bring people together because of her pluralistic vision for America. FULL REPORT