Clinton addresses supporters at her kickoff rally. Democrat Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton called on African-Americans on Friday to not be tempted by Republican Presidential hopeful Jeb Bush in the 2016 Elections. The former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton attended the annual convention of the Nation Urban League at a same-stage appearance along with the Republican Presidential candidate Jeb Bush. Bush has started his moderate policies with expanding in to Hispanic neighborhoods and African-American churches. It has never been a Republican agenda to do so. Clinton, a fighter for equality, made a speech in which she never mentioned Bush by name, but took a dig at his campaign’s slogan “Right to Rise”. According to Reuters, she said “I don’t think that you can credibly say that everyone has a ‘right to rise’ and then say you are for phasing out Medicare or for repealing Obamacare. People can’t rise if they can’t ...

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