Hillary Clinton drew sharp contrasts between herself and Republican rival Donald Trump on an array of issues — including national security and terrorism — during a Tuesday night rally in Sanford.Watch the full speech above.
"I know what happened not far from here at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. I was in New York City on 9-11 as one of the two senators," Clinton said.
"I will defeat ISIS. I will protect America," she said, drawing cheers from the jam-packed Sanford Civic Center crowd.
The Democratic presidential candidate traveled Tuesday to the Central Florida city during the middle stop of a three-site tour of the key battleground state. The tour began in Dade City near Tampa, and she was scheduled to wrap up the evening with a speech in Fort Lauderdale.
Clinton criticized Trump on a variety of fronts, including Trump's refusal to release his tax returns, the $900 million-plus business loss he reportedly claimed in 1995, a move that let him avoid paying federal income taxes for 18 years.
"He took everything. He took everything our great country has to offer. He scooped it up with both hands. And then paid nothing to support us," Clinton said.
"And then he has the nerve to call our military a disaster and insult POWs — and he doesn't pay a penny to support the people who put on the uniform of the United States of America," she said.