Leading up to the New York primary, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton criticizes challenger Bernie Sanders for his stance on guns. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) With New York's primary just over a week away, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is focusing on gun violence, hoping the issue will help her court voters in the state where she served as a U.S. Senator. Speaking at a town hall on gun violence in Port Washington, the former Secretary of State attacked challenger Bernie Sanders for his stance on guns. "He frequently says well you know I represent Vermont, it's a small rural state, we have no gun laws... Here's what I want you to know... the state that has the highest per capita number of those guns that end up committing crimes in New York come from Vermont," Clinton said. Clinton is looking to clinch a victory in New York's April 19th primary - a victory that could stop Sanders' campaign momentum, after his wins in seven of the last eight state nominating contests.