Politics

Hillary Clinton holds town hall with digital content creators in Los Angeles

File: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote speech during the Rainbow PUSH Coalition's International Women's Luncheon June 27, 2016 in Chicago Illinois.
File: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote speech during the Rainbow PUSH Coalition's International Women's Luncheon June 27, 2016 in Chicago Illinois.
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Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is holding a town hall discussion in Los Angeles with digital content creators on Tuesday afternoon.

"Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a conversation and ask Clinton questions important to their communities and online audiences," according to a press release from Clinton's campaign.

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The town hall was held at Neuehouse Hollywood.

Her visit comes the same day as the release of a report on the Benghazi terror attack detailing Clinton's involvement, as she was secretary of state at the time. Clinton dismissed the report and said it was conducted for political reasons.

This story has been updated.