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Clinton Campaigns In Columbus A Day Ahead Of Trump

Ohio Public Radio

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine held a rally at Fort Hayes yesterday, one day before Republican nominee Donald Trump's scheduled appearance in Columbus. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.

A  few thousand people stood in the blazing hot sun for more than three hours to hear
Clinton and her new Vice Presidential pick, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine. Several in the
crowd had to be treated by paramedics because the newly anointed nominees were more
than two hours late, in part due to a stop at Grandpa’s Cheesebarn near Ashland. But
Clinton got rousing applause when she got off the bus. She told the crowd they could
not trust her Republican competitor, Donald Trump.

“He’s asked for visas to employ foreign workers at his country clubs because he says
he can’t find any American workers. Shame on you, Donald Trump, shame on you.”

In a written statement, Trump said Clinton was not being fully truthful about
creating jobs and increasing national security. Trump will be in Columbus this

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