Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a subtle jab at President Donald Trump, invoking ''research, evidence and facts'' in a speech Friday, on the role of women in international security and peacemaking. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took a subtle jab at President Donald Trump on Friday (March 31), invoking facts and evidence in her speech at Georgetown University on the role of women in international security and peace. "As this institute has grown, so too has the body of evidence showing that when women participate in peacemaking and peacekeeping, we are all safer and more secure," Clinton said at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, where she is the honorary founding chair. "Studies show... here I go again, talking about research, evidence and facts," she added, to laughter and applause. Trump has been criticized frequently during his presidency, often for citing factually incorrect information or for making claims without evidence. One example was Trump's claims - made without evicence on Twitter - that former President Barack Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower in New York, his campaign headquarters.