Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton on Saturday criticized President George W. Bush for not spending enough on law enforcement and said police officers were "invisible" to him.
At a meeting of the National Association of Police Organizations, the New York senator promised more spending on police programs, including an anti-drug initiative and bulletproof vest program.
"Honestly, it is like the police officers of our country, along with your families, who stand with you every single day in the dangerous and difficult work you do, are invisible to the president," she said.
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