"His campaign is as divisive as any we have seen in our lifetimes", Clinton said Wednesday.
"I will send a proposal to Congress that will include a path to citizenship... a place where people from around the world come to start new businesses", she told a spellbound audience gathered in Washington for the organization's four day convention. "We have got to say with one voice that Latinos are vital part of the American community".
A deadlocked Supreme Court decision last month effectively killed Obama's immigration plan to help some of the 11 million immigrants living in the USA illegally.
Murphy said he spoke with Clinton after her presentation and question-and-answer session, and encouraged her to keep talking about gun safety issues.
The one-minute spot features gloomy music behind sound bites of controversial things Trump has said during his campaign. "This is your election". More than half (56%) of respondents said they would be afraid of Trump as President, while 48% said they would feel that way if Clinton won. They're also more likely to think people without college degrees and those who are unemployed would be better off under Clinton.
The latest CBS News/New York Times poll revealed that Trump and Clinton are all even at 40%. Last month, the former secretary of state held a six-point lead, and in April she was favored 50 to 40 percent over the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. 'When our kids are scared by our policy debates, that's a sign something has gone badly off the rails. Later in the ad, two young boys watch Trump on CNN as he mocks a reporter with a disability. "What example will we set for them?" before cutting to Clinton delivering a speech about making choices children can be proud of. Trump tweeted Thursday morning with the results attached.
To the editor: It was unwise for members of the Democratic establishment to have criticized and condemned Sanders, including the shocking booing by House members, for taking some time before endorsing Clinton.
With several possible vice presidential candidates of her own at the meeting, Clinton was asked but didn't answer questions about whom she would pick to be her running mate.