Hillary Clinton Gets Her Groove On With New York Politicians
Hillary Clinton danced at a New York City rally.
Hillary Clinton showed off some fancy dance moves at a rally in Washington Heights, New York, on Sunday.
She waved her hands in the air like she just didn’t care, and New York State Sen. Adriano Espaillat spun her around.
Clinton was still feeling the Latin beat and got New York State Assemblyman Keith Wright in on the dancing.
At the block party with Rep. Charlie Rangel, she said: "Imagine an America where we are unified again. Where we stand against the hate(ful) rhetoric coming from the Republicans, where we say to Donald Trump, 'BASTA!'"
She told the audience she would push immigration reform if she were president, criticizing "hate rhetoric coming from the Republicans."
Her opponent, Bernie Sanders, held his biggest rally yet, drawing a crowd of 28,000 in his native Brooklyn on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump unveiled his new nickname for Clinton: “Crooked Hillary.”
He also has a list of other names that he's pinned on his opponents: “Lyin’ Ted,” “Little Marco,” and “Low-Energy Bush.”
New York's big primary is Tuesday.
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