One of the most infamous moments from the Republican primary was Donald Trump's mockery of a disabled reporter who questioned his false claim that thousands of Muslims in New Jersey celebrated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Hillary Clinton didn't mention that incident during her speech in Orlando, Fla., where she talked about helping people with disabilities. But it probably wasn't far from her mind as she rattled off a list of ways they contribute to society.
"Across the country, people with disabilities are running businesses, teaching students, caring for our loved ones," she said. "They're holding public office, making breakthrough scientific discoveries, reporting the news, and creating art that inspires and challenges us."