Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton picks apart her Republican rival's economic policies and personal finances. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton lashed Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump with a speech on his plans for the American economy, calling him out on his personal income tax record, and his plans to put 'America first' while manufacturing his Trump retail products abroad. "Maybe he isn't as rich as he claims," Clinton said during her campaign speech in Columbus, Ohio, questioning why Trump hasn't released his personal income tax returns. Clinton also went on to challenge Trump's plan to promote infrastructure, manufacturing, and job creating, while he himself manufactures many of his retail products abroad. She then went on to give a long list of where items like Trump furniture, Trump ties, and Trump suits. The presumptive Democratic nominee also said she herself would re-negotiate trade deals that are not good for American workers if elected president.