He acknowledged the tragedy - then said he would not drop out of the race and endorse Clinton until he's convinced she's committed to fighting wealth disparity. Romney said Trump's views will lead to "trickle-down racism" in the United States and said his views are "extraordinarily risky to the character of America. We will keep fighting for your right to live freely, openly and without fear", she said.
The ad sets up a comparison between Clinton's qualifications and what she suggests is Trump's default to bombast and ridicule.
Frank Sesno, the director of George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs, told Newsday the candidates must show voters they can be "comforter-in-chief" as well as commander in chief.
It builds upon Clinton's remarks this week at events in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, per CNN. The ad, titled "Who We Are", will air in battleground states starting on Thursday. Bernie Sanders, has yet to concede, Clinton is making a hard pivot to the general election as she seeks to define Trump as both unsafe and a demagogue. Clinton's primary victories last week opened the way for endorsements from President Obama and Elizabeth Warren even as Bernie Sanders signaled he understood that his campaign was nearing its end.
Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, also responded to the news on Twitter, saying, "Woke up to hear the devastating news from FL. As we wait for more information, my thoughts are with those affected by this horrific act. -H".
He reminded reporters that "election days come and go but political revolutions are not dependent on election days", and expressed pride that "in primary after primary and state after state, we have received by significant margins the support of young people, which tells me that our vision is in fact that vision of the United States". Currently, Clinton has a strong democratic hold of the states of New York, Minnesota, Illinois, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico, and California, which has the most number of electoral colleges with over 55 votes. With an opponent like Donald Trump, her selection is key.
After what seems like a lifetime, Hillary Clinton is now faced with yet another challenge in her race for the White House - selecting a running mate.
"Today, we face a choice about who we are as a nation", Clinton says as the ad begins.
'Do we help each other?' Clinton continued.
'Do we respect each other?' Clinton said in the spot.
"I know what I believe. Few voters trust her, but Clinton defeats Trump decisively when people are asked who would improve the country's standing in the world, and on issues of temperament and experience".
He said he also will discuss whether Clinton will back progressive taxation, the crises of the inner cities, childhood poverty and "a massive federal jobs program to put millions of people back to work, rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure". An economy that create jobs that families can really live on'.
'To give every man, woman and child the chance to live up to their God given potential, ' she said. There's also a clip of Trump doing an impression of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski, who has a disability affecting his arms, featuring the candidate flailing his own arms. I believe we are always stronger, together, ' she concluded.