"It's wrong to put a loose cannon in charge, who could start another war," Clinton said.
But there was none of that on Wednesday. Nothing close.
Clinton devoted most of her speech to talking about ways that disabled Americans can get ahead, and how government can help with that.
It seemed the perfect opportunity for Clinton to hit Trump over how he had mocked a New York Times reporter over his disabilities - but Clinton never mentioned it.
In Orlando, Clinton started off by mentioning the recent police shootings on black men in Tulsa and Charlotte.
"It's unbearable, and it needs to become intolerable," Clinton said.
But there were no verbal shots at Donald Trump involved.
We'll see if this is an overall change for Clinton - to go more positive - or if Clinton will be unable to resist, because Trump simply presents too many opportunities for Democrats to attack in the final weeks of this campaign.