'It is a divided country. If she wins, Hillary has a challenge to unite America' - Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

The eldest daughter of Bobby Kennedy joined George Hook on High Noon in Washington DC.

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend joined George in studio in Washington DC to talk about her family, the immigration issue, and her views on the 2016 Presidential Election, the most extraordinary in recent times.

After discussing Kathleen's own heritage, and her family's journey from Ireland, and rise to power in the political spectrum of America, George asked Kathleen if it's any more divided now than a couple of a decades ago.

'Hillary sees it as part of her goal, that she should be President of all America.  It will be a challenge because lots of immigrants feel separated.'

Kathleen went on to explain how many hispanics and other races do feel disenfranchised by the current rhetoric by Trump when it comes to the immigration issue, while Hillary has made it a centrepiece of her campaign to try to unite the country.

You can listen to the full interview below.