As the clock ticks closer to the Nevada caucus, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attends a town hall meeting with students in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took questions from teenagers at a high school in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday evening, just head of the state's caucus on Saturday. One student asked her about policing and police tactics in the United States. "How do you feel about police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement," one seventeen year old girl asked. "I feel terrible about police brutality," Clinton quickly replied. "I think its a terrible plight on our country right now, because there have been so many examples of really tragic incidents," she added. "We need body cameras, we need to end profiling, we need to have more interaction between communities and the police that are supposed to protect them, and make sure that the police are more involved in the communities so that they can try to understand better what the needs are."