In her initial public response to Tuesday’s terrorist attack in Brussels, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the attacks on a Belgium airport and a metro station were a “terrible horror.” But she also expressed a more measured tone than some of her 2016 rivals.
"This is a time for us to reaffirm our solidarity with our Europeans friends," she said, calling into the Today Show Tuesday morning.
"It's unrealistic to say we're going to completely shut down our borders to everyone,” Clinton said. “But we have to do a much better job in coordination with the Europeans on tracking and following anyone who has any connection with terrorist activity or terrorism."
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