In a new campaign video, Hillary Clinton calls out the Republican presidential candidates who deny "the settled science of climate change" and "would rather remind us they're not scientists than listen to those who are."
The video is titled "Stand for Reality," and also includes two "ambitious national goals" that Clinton said she will implement on day one of her presidency: By the end of her first term, Clinton says, more than half a billion solar panels will be installed across the country, and within 10 years, the U.S. will generate enough clean, renewable energy to power every single home in America. The goals "will test our capacities, but I know they are within our reach," Clinton said.
Calling herself a "grandmother with two eyes and a brain," she said she knows that "what's happening in the world is going to have a big effect on my daughter and especially on my granddaughter." The time to make a change is now, she said, adding: "The decisions we make in the next decade can make all of this possible, or they can keep us trapped in the past. We cannot wait any longer." Catherine Garcia