San Antonio, Oct 15: Hillary Rodham Clinton says she will "not be silenced" when it comes to talking about gun violence, renewing her debate-night tangle with rival Bernie Sanders.
Guns have emerged as a dividing line between the two leading Democratic presidential candidates. Clinton says at a rally in San Antonio that she's "been told by some to quit talking about this."
She says she'll continue to challenge the National Rifle Association, the country's most powerful gun lobby. Clinton did not mention Sanders by name.
But during Tuesday's debate, Sanders said "all the shouting in the world" won't keep guns out of the hands of people who shouldn't have them.
The Vermont senator voted for a 2005 measure to give gun manufacturers immunity from lawsuits. Clinton opposed that bill in the Senate.