The Hillary Clinton campaign held a rally at Ohio State University the day after the second presidential debate in the evening. The rally in Ohio is estimated to be the largest rally she has had since the campaigns began. It was estimated that about 18, 500 people were in attendance. Although some argue that the crowd was not that much they all agree that it was her biggest crowd yet.
During the rally, Hillary Clinton attacked Donald Trump for using Chinese-made steel in at least two of his last three construction projects. Clinton said there was “no justification” for Trump using the “illegally dumped” steel, and criticized his “nerve” for claiming to be on the side of American steel workers.
“It really gets me upset,” she said.
She also defended her work during the past 30 years as Trump has constantly said she has nothing to show during her 30 years of working.
“When Donald Trump talks about what I have been doing for the last 30 years, I welcome that,” Hillary said.
“Because in the 1970s, I was working to end discrimination and he was being sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination,” she added. “In the 1980s, I was working to improve the schools in Arkansas … while he was getting a loan for $14 million from his father to start a business. On the day that I was in the Situation Room watching the raid that brought Osama bin Laden to justice, he was hosting Celebrity Apprentice,” she concluded.