BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Hillary Clinton addressed a full house at the University of Buffalo on Wednesday.
The former Secretary of State and New York Senator spoke on a variety of issues including national and international affairs. She mentioned the government shutdown and insisted that Congress needs to start working together.
She also commended Buffalo on the progress that has been made in the area. She cited the improvements at the Waterfront and says she is excited for University of Buffalo's new medical school to open.
The night, however, was not without interruption. A man was escorted out of the vicinity after he began chanting "What about Benghazi"? Clinton continued on with her speech.
Clinton did not address whether she will run for President in 2016. She says she does see a bright future for America, and Buffalo is helping to lead the country on the right track.
She also addressed a few personal issues. She spoke about her desire to be a grandmother and told the audience how proud she is of her daughter Chelsea.