At the so-called "Black and Brown Forum" hosted by Fusion, Hillary Clinton was asked by moderator Jorge Ramos "what's the difference between your idea and Donald Trump's idea on building a wall with Mexico?"
Clinton dodged the question by noting that both sides of the aisle once supported border security as a comprehensive part of immigration reform including Ted Kennedy, her husband Bill Clinton, and former president George W. Bush. However, when Ramos pushed back, noting that she had once voted for a border wall while a Senator, Clinton's offered a somewhat puzzling answer.
"I voted for border security and some of it was a fence," Clinton responded. "I don't think we ever called it a wall. Maybe in some places it was a wall."
Unfortunately, Hillary failed to explain the precise difference between a border wall and a border fence.
Watch Hillary's answer from the Black and Brown forum: