Trump has been attacked by liberals such as David Letterman who asked him where his line of apparel is made, for example. Only 3% of all apparel in the USA is actually made here, so it made Trump look like he's a liar regarding his stance on creating American jobs. Of course, the truth is, Trump has created jobs while Hillary Clinton, not so much.
In fact, FoxNews.com reports that when Clinton was a New York senator, her jobs plan fell as flat as she left the men in Benghazi, but ended up helping the donors of the plan.
Hillary uses her jobs record as her campaign centerpiece in her campaign pitch. But a new report claims her economic initiatives fell flat for workers and, surprise, it benefitted her wealthy donors.
According to the Washington Post, a rather left wing rag, when Hillary was a senator from 2001 to 2009, she wasn't able to pass the "big ticket legislation" she introduced that was slated to help upstate New York. Manufacturing fell by about 25 percent and job growth stagnated, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Albany lost over 31,000 payroll jobs between October 2001 and December 2006, for example. Smaller scale projects also tanked but the media, always favoring the left, gave a positive picture. Jobs left the state right before her 2008 presidential run which she lost to someone with absolutely no job creating experience.
Donald Trump spoke in Detroit Monday citing the findings "devastating" and saying about Clinton that "She was all talk, no action."
That might have been Bill's biggest complaint as well, but let's not go there.
Clinton's campaign cites her "work" in New York as a blueprint for her presidency and tries to neutralize Trump's selling point of being a job creator and will boost the economy. But the report casts doubt on her ability to be effective.
In fact, if you think about Hillary's excuses to exculpate her from indictments or impeachments, she uses incompetence as her excuse.
But when it came to getting a cash flow into the Clinton Foundation coffers, she was anything but incompetent. A number of companies she worked with upstate contributed to her campaign and the Clinton Foundation, leaving the question as to whether her financial deals had anything to do with a "pay-to-play" deal.
For instance, Senator Clinton formed a relationship with Corning in Steuben County, New York. She helped steer money their way through federal grants and legislation. But nothing she did for Corning helped reverse the economic decline in the county where Corning is based. So where did the money go?
Corning paid Clinton $225,500 to speak in 2014, and their chief executive co-hosted a fundraiser for her while Corning gave an additional $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation, according to the Washington Post.
So Hillary may talk about Trump's ties made in China, but she is a far worse human being and the worst person who has ever been nominated for their party in the presidential election.
The only people whose lives have been positively effected by the Clintons are the Clintons.
Even their daughter, Chelsea, walked into a $900,000 a year job for the Clinton Foundation, right out of college.
Charity definitely begins at home for them.