"A lot of Americans woke up on Friday to alarming headlines from across the Atlantic and they are wondering what this decision in Britain means for us. I'm sure everyone in this room with retirement savings asked the same question. In the day after the vote Americans lost 100 billion dollars from our 401Ks (from retirement plans). Now we are resilient and we will bounce back from this and from all of the other shocks that are in the system but it is a reminder that what happens around the world has consequences that can hit home quickly and affect our lives and our livelihoods."
"We need leaders like yourselves at the local and state and federal level who understand how to work with other leaders to manage risks who understand that bombastic comments in turbulent times can actually cause more turbulence."
"No one should be confused about America's commitment to Europe. Not an autocrat in the Kremlin, not a presidential candidate on a Scottish golf course. We have to reaffirm that the United States and the United Kingdom are different countries in many important ways, economically, politically, demographically, but we still have a lot of common interests and values."
"Just as we have seen there are many frustrated people in Britain, we know there are many frustrated people here at home too. I've seen it, I've head it, I know it. That's why I've worked hard to find solutions to the economic challenges we face. It's why I've put forward real plans to create good paying jobs raise wages, reduce student debt, bring down costs for college and prescription drugs and so much else. People across America know that they don't want empty promises. They want solutions and that is what working with you I hope to offer to them."
Commenting on the Britain's decision to remove itself from the European Union, Hillary Clinton said many Americans are "wondering what this decision in Britain means for us" while speaking at the United States Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis on Sunday.
Though she didn't mention Donald Trump by name, Clinton made several references to the presumptive Republican nominee.
"No one should be confused about America's commitment to Europe. Not an autocrat in the Kremlin, not a presidential candidate on a Scottish golf course," she said.
"Bombastic comments in turbulent times can actually cause more turbulence," she told the crowd.