The likely Democratic nominee also discussed both her Republican and Democratic opponents on the show Wednesday.
Donald Trump likely will win the majority of the state’s 44 delegates, but won’t definitively secure the nomination yet.
The residents, who allege the rules are confusing, hope to extend the deadline to the state’s June 7 primary.
If elected, the Democratic front-runner says her husband, the former president, would be in charge of “revitalizing the economy.”
The Democratic and Republican leaders in the 2016 race for the White House are unusually unpopular.
In her speech, Clinton explained her plans to break down barriers for all Americans.
Brooklyn, and more broadly New York City, is personal for both Democratic contenders.
The next big test in stopping the billionaire frontrunner will be New York, the state he calls home.
New York has some of the toughest gun laws in the country.
During his interview with Rachel Maddow, Bernie Sanders discussed the state of the presidential race.
Clinton shared conversations she has had with foreign leaders about their concerns for a possible President Donald Trump.
A win for Sanders is make-or-break in the Badger State.
The Democratic candidate seemed to criticize President Obama’s choice to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
The two Democrats will face off in a debate, and Marco Rubio will participate in a one-man town hall.