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DALLAS (CBS11) – Former President Bill Clinton campaigned for his wife, Hillary in Dallas Monday afternoon.

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He told supporters he agrees with the Second Amendment but believes in common sense gun restrictions.

“It is not too much to ask all our fellow citizens, there ought to be universal background checks,” said Clinton. “And it doesn’t interfere with the Second Amendment, I don’t care what anyone says.”

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Mr. Clinton spoke at the historically black, Paul Quinn College.

Expers say the former Secretary of State, Senator and First Lady is counting on African-Americans and Latinos in order to beat Bernie Sanders in the Texas Primary on March 1.

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