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With Bush and Clinton at same event, Clinton blasts potential rival

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Hillary Clinton used her speech at the National Urban League in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Friday to accomplish two of her political goals: bashing her potential opponent next year, ex-Florida governor Jeb Bush, and connecting with the "Black Lives Matter" civil rights movement. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.