Hillary Clinton said on social media Monday that it is time for President Donald Trump to speak out on hate crimes.
Hillary Clinton said on social media Monday that it is time for President Donald Trump to speak out on hate crimes. John Locher Associated Press file photo
Hillary Clinton said on social media Monday that it is time for President Donald Trump to speak out on hate crimes. John Locher Associated Press file photo

Hillary Clinton calls on Trump to speak out on hate crimes after Olathe shooting

February 27, 2017 01:02 PM

UPDATED February 27, 2017 05:28 PM

More Videos

Alabama Senator Elect Doug Jones ends victory speech with 'Teach Me How to Dougie' 0:47

Alabama Senator Elect Doug Jones ends victory speech with 'Teach Me How to Dougie'

Johnson County residents weigh in on a new KCI 2:25

Johnson County residents weigh in on a new KCI

Video: Ride along for a colorful tour of the Longview Lake Christmas light display 1:26

Video: Ride along for a colorful tour of the Longview Lake Christmas light display

How to use open road tolling on the Kansas Turnpike 1:45

How to use open road tolling on the Kansas Turnpike

Delivering billions of cards this season, your holiday mail is USPS priority 2:55

Delivering billions of cards this season, your holiday mail is USPS priority

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore rides horse to cast ballot 2:10

Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore rides horse to cast ballot

Terrence Phillips shows off toys he will give away 2:55

Terrence Phillips shows off toys he will give away

Alex Smith on Marcus Peters: “He took his punishment... We need him” 1:54

Alex Smith on Marcus Peters: “He took his punishment... We need him”

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs 1:23

The rise and fall of the 2017 Kansas City Chiefs

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders 3:31

Andy Reid is pleased with the Chiefs 26-15 win over the Oakland Raiders

  • Alabama Senator Elect Doug Jones ends victory speech with 'Teach Me How to Dougie'

    Roy Moore was defeated by Doug Jones for the state senate seat in Alabama. Jones played 'Teach Me How to Dougie' as he walked off the stage following his victory speech.