Hillary Clinton attended the Service Employees International Union convention at Cobo Center, where she put an emphasis on how a Donald Trump can ruin the economy. The former first lady, now the Democratic presidential front-runner, stated that Trump's plans for the economy are likely to result in national debt and destroy the stock market.
In front of over 3, 600 individuals who attended the convention, Clinton was firm when she said that her rival's leadership is set to trigger a trade war. She mentioned how the Republican's presidential front-runner sees the Ford Motor Co.'s small car production in the south. Trump has been vocal that he will be calling for a 35% tariff to be placed on Ford. Clinton regarded Trump's policies as devastation to the working individuals, their families, and the whole country.
Clinton boldly stated that Trump's idea of running the economy could possibly lead to reduced wages, fewer job opportunities, and more debts. Clinton pointed out that if Trump failed to save his businesses, he can also fail in saving America from economic catastrophe.
Back in November, the union had endorsed Clinton for the presidency. The union, comprised of janitors, child care workers, health home aides and others, received her gratitude for believing in her platforms for them, whom she considered the "unsung heroes".
Clinton wrapped up her speech with a remark about getting inexplicable money from the hands of dirty politicians and working on income uniformity, which gave her a round of applause.