Hillary Clinton on Friday met privately with the families and friends of the 49 people who died last month in a mass shooting in Orlando.

The attack took place at the gay nightclub Pulse. Dozens more were injured in the attack.

After the meeting, Clinton attended a roundtable community meeting with city leaders, LGBT activists and religious leaders, The Washington Post reported.

“We need to acknowledge and be very clear who this attack targeted,” Clinton said. “The Latino LGBT community by any measure was the community that was the most severely impacted by this terrible attack.”

“It is still dangerous to be LGBT in America,” Clinton said. “It is an unfortunate fact but one that needs to be said.”

Clinton again called for “sensible gun control.”

“We still have to take on the epidemic of gun violence,” Clinton said. “Second, we have to disrupt and dismantle the global online network that radicalizes people here in the United States.”

Clinton also visited the makeshift memorial for the victims outside the nightclub, where she placed a bouquet of white flowers.

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