Unofficial Start of Fall Campaign Season


On Monday, both candidates spent the day in Ohio, which is a must-win state for Trump in November.
“We’re going to bring jobs back to Ohio! We’re going to bring jobs back to our country!  We’re not going to make these horrible trade deals any more!  We’ll bring our jobs back,” said Trump.

 But while Trump talked up his jobs plan, Clinton stayed on the attack, pushing back against recent hints the Republican nominee may be softening his controversial stance on immigration.

“He went back to Arizona and gave another hate-filled speech about rounding up and deporting 16 million people.  Even some of his own advisers are having a hard time explaining that away,” said Clinton.

 Clinton also taking time to speak with reporters on board her new plane.  It wasn’t a full press conference, but it could signal the start of a broader press engagement from the campaign.  After weeks of closed fundraisers.  Clinton had been criticized for a lack of press access  and some say that’s led to a drop in her poll numbers this month.  A more visible presence on the trail now expected from Clinton as the campaign enters its final phase.


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