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Clinton to portray Trump economic plans as handouts for rich

"I said I could work with her eye to eye and face to face, and across the table when there was no staff or no press".

King also was effusive in his praise of Mike Pence, the in governor chosen to be Trump's running mate. By the way, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks.

King, who recently endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, added that he remains enthusiastic about the prospect of a Trump presidency and that energy grows stronger as the race "becomes ever more acute".

King reiterated to Noble he would definitely be voting for Trump.

King told reporters he plans to vote for Trump in November, plans to encourage others to do the same and supports numerous plans Trump laid out in his acceptance speech at last month's national convention.

Clinton also hopes to commit to research and advancing technology and instill a $10 billion "Make it in America" partnerships plan.

Clinton also had a bout with a protester at the Des Moines rally.

"Get her elected, Madame President", Schmidt said. This go-around, she's trying to win over younger voters in Des Moines.




Discussing the middle class, Clinton proposed that the middle class of America is what makes America work and that the American labor movement helped create the middle class through unionizing and collective bargaining.

A source close to Clinton said she would soon release the return, supplementing the decades of returns she and her husband have already made public. She has promised more money for education, a higher federal minimum wage and increased support for small businesses. I have many big differences with him.

In a Facebook post, the group said Ms Atkinson and her colleagues wanted to challenge Ms Clinton to "take a stand against animal torture and stop taking money from animal-exploring corporations like Costco". "Words matter my friends".

While supporters refused to turn against the GOP presidential candidate, Trump's comments attracted criticism from others. "And if you are running to be president or you are president of the United States, words can have tremendous consequences".

Ending the rally after only 20 minutes at the podium, Clinton said that the stakes "have never been higher" than during this presidential election, but that she will work hard for the next three months to "earn the support of anyone willing to put our country first".

"Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know", he said, referring to gun activists and supporters of a constitutional provision that guarantees the right to bear arms.

Emily Blobaum contributed to this article.

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