Hillary Clinton refocused her campaign back on GOP frontrunner Donald Trump following her blowout victory over Sen. Bernie Sanders in Saturday's South Carolina Democratic primary. In her victory speech, she referenced the main plank of Trump's platform, building a wall on the border with Mexico, and his campaign slogan: "Make America Great Again"
First she said, America doesn't need to be made great, because "America has never stopped being great."
We don't need to make America great," Clinton said. "America has never stopped being great. We do need to make America whole again, instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers."