Hilary Clinton Returns To The Breakfast Club Talks Jay Z, Trump, & more

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Democratic Presidential Nominee, Hilary Clinton made yet another appearance on Power 105.1 FM's-The Breakfast Club. Clinton talked all things Trump, guns, Jay Z, racism, and more. The 30 minute interview with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne The God took place Wednesday morning. 

Touching on the topic of gun policy, Clinton informed that she does not have intentions on taking guns away, but wanted to ensure that guns are only going into the right hands- one way of maintaining a safer America. Referring to our police system, Clinton noted that officials are usually uneducated on how to handle mental illnesses on contact. Hence the killings of numerous citizens who suffers from mental illnesses. She went on to say,"We need better police training. I think there should be national standards on the use of legal force. I think one of the big problems we’ve got—and police tell me this—is most police don’t know how to deal with mental health problems. So we need better mental health response."

Charlamagne also brought up the concert music mogul, Jay Z upcoming benefit concert in support of the Clinton campaign in Ohio. Clinton seemed extremely honored by Hov's gesture to support her race. Stevie Wonder also stopped by to sing a Happy Birthday Medley to the Presidential hopeful who turned 69 years old today.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY #HillaryClinton... Go out and vote

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