Hillary Clinton got more personal with Donald Trump on Monday, poking the presumptive Republican nominee for his businesses' four bankruptcies, including his failed casinos. Casino money.
"What little we know of his economic policies would be running up our debt, starting trade wars, letting Wall Street run wild, all of that could cause another crash and devastate working families and our country," the Democratic candidate told an audience at the Service Employees International Union's annual convention in Detroit. "Trump economics is a recipe for lower wages, fewer jobs, more debt. He could bankrupt America like he's bankrupted his companies. I mean, ask yourself, how can anybody lose money running a casino? Really. "
Clinton remarked that she hears from families "every day" about what a Trump presidency would mean for immigrants living and working in the United States, particularly those in mixed-status families where children were born in the country but parents are perhaps undocumented. "We're talking about real people," Clinton said.
“He’s talking about sending a deportation force to schools, workplaces and homes to round up moms, dads, grandparents, even children. When he talks about ending birthright citizenship, he’s talking about kicking children who are born here out of the only country they know," she said, referring to Trump's remarks in an interview with MSNBC's "Morning Joe" last November.
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Laying out the stakes for the general election, Clinton warned, “The only thing standing between Donald Trump and the Oval Office is all of us.”
Clinton alternately praised Bernie Sanders for the campaign he has run but also vowed to unify the Democratic Party "and stop Donald Trump."
Wrapping up her speech, Clinton laid out another turn of phrase calling out Trump for his rhetoric.
“We need a president who will use the bully pulpit to stand up for working families, but the last thing we need is a bully in the pulpit," she said. "And nobody knows better than a union like SEIU that the only way to stand up to a bully is to stand up together.”
Trump senior adviser Ed Brookover defended the billionaire businessman’s record in an interview with CNN, highlighting Trump as a job creator while casting Clinton as a heavy regulator and taxer.
“I think that Mrs. Clinton has a lot to learn about how American businesses work,” he said. “She overregulates, she overtaxes, she overpromises and doesn’t deliver. Mr. Trump has a long history of creating jobs, of creating wealth in this country, and if Mr. Trump gets to the White House he’ll be able to take that business expertise and apply it to America.”
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