RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is coming to North Carolina for a rally at a historically black college and to raise campaign funds.
Clinton’s public event was scheduled for midday Thursday at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte. Her campaign says she’ll keep talking about national security issues and how Donald Trump lacks the temperament to be commander in chief. Trump highlighted his attributes to lead the country and his support from the military while speaking in Greenville, North Carolina on Tuesday.
While in Charlotte, Clinton also was expected to attend a private fundraiser for the Hillary Victory Fund, which also benefits the Democratic National Committee and state party organizations.
Clinton running mate Tim Kaine came to eastern North Carolina on Tuesday, giving an address in Wilmington.