Hillary Clinton’s Speech: What You Missed

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Hillary Clinton spoke Tuesday during a Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center in Columbus, Ohio.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Hillary Clinton disparaged a mercantile record and routine astuteness of Donald J. Trump in a debate on Tuesday, suggesting his ideas were ill-considered and scrutinizing his possess mottled business history.

Some of a highlights:

• Mrs. Clinton pronounced a American economy “isn’t nonetheless where we wish it to be, though we are stronger and improved positioned than anyone in a world.” She trumpeted her mercantile record as a senator from New York.

• She pronounced that, like Mr. Trump’s unfamiliar routine ideas, his mercantile proposals were dangerous. “Just like he shouldn’t have his finger on a button, he shouldn’t have his hands on a economy,” Mrs. Clinton said.

• Mrs. Clinton cited a array of Mr. Trump’s past argumentative comments about issues like a smallest wage. She pronounced Mr. Trump had also “said all kinds of things about women in a workforce. He once called profound employees — and we quote — ‘an inconvenience.’”

• Mrs. Clinton, who has mostly been criticized for her ties to Wall Street, suggested Mr. Trump would “take us behind to where we were before a crisis” and “rig a economy for Wall Street again.” She also assailed Mr. Trump’s comments supposing himself as a “king of debt.”

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• Predicting that Mr. Trump would means a recession, Mrs. Clinton remarkable that a tellurian economy “hangs on each word a boss says.” She pronounced Mr. Trump’s suggesting that a United States competence default on a debt could start “a tellurian panic” if he were president.

• Mrs. Clinton described a routine of constructing her speech: “I had my researchers and my debate writers send me information” on Mr. Trump “and afterwards I’d say, ‘Really? He unequivocally pronounced that?’ And they’d send me all a credentials and a video clip.”

• Observing that Mr. Trump had not expelled his taxation returns, Mrs. Clinton speculated that he competence be “afraid” of electorate saying what they would reveal. “Maybe he isn’t as abounding as he claims,” she said.

• As Mr. Trump posted on Twitter to opposite Mrs. Clinton’s remarks, she ticked off a list of unfamiliar countries where Trump-branded products had been made.

• The throng laughed when Mrs. Clinton discussed Mr. Trump’s record with casinos in Atlantic City and a bankruptcies of his companies. She pronounced Mr. Trump had “written a lot of books about business” and added, “They all seem to finish during Chapter 11.”

• Mrs. Clinton lifted a debate surrounding Trump University, that has been sued for fraud. “This is his one move. He creates over-the-top promises,” she said, “then all falls detached and people get hurt.”

• Invoking her defunct father’s tiny business, Mrs. Clinton pronounced Mr. Trump had refused to compensate contractors for work they had completed. “So we take this personally,” she said.

• Wrapping a 45-minute speech, Mrs. Clinton reiterated a debate thesis — “Stronger Together”— and argued that Mr. Trump “believes in a misfortune of us.” As she spoke, a Trump debate sent news releases to reporters lifting questions about Mrs. Clinton’s control and judgment.


Clinton Skewers Trump’s Economic Policy

Hillary Clinton, a unreserved Democratic presidential nominee, spoke in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday, criticizing Donald J. Trump’s skeleton for a economy.

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on Publish Date June 21, 2016.

Photo by Richard Perry/The New York Times.

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