NEW YORK–(ENEWSPF)–June 21, 2016. Hillary for America is releasing a new website and web video this morning detailing Donald Trump’s real business record—and what it could mean for the economy in advance of Hillary Clinton’s speech today in Columbus, Ohio, where she will lay out the clear choice facing voters on the economy in this election. Last week, Donald Trump told CNN: “I’m going to do for the country what I did for my business.” Voters should beware.
The new website, ArtOfTheSteal.biz, pulls back the curtain on Trump’s long record in business—and shows how challenging that could be for American voters. Despite Trump’s frequent promises of “winning,” many of his businesses have made millions for him but have been pure losers for many involved. From bankrupting casinos to hurting small business owners, Donald Trump has spent a lifetime looking out for his own interests while leaving working Americans out in the cold. Perhaps it’s no surprise that a recent analysis by Moody’s shows that Trump’s economic plans would create a recession and cost 3.5 million jobs.
The video, meanwhile, examines Trump’s record of driving his businesses into the ground, from Trump Steaks, Trump Vodka, Trump Shuttle, Trump Travel, Trump the Game, Trump Ice, Trump Magazine, and Trump Mortgage, to the utter mess Trump created with his casinos in Atlantic City. The truth about the self-proclaimed king of debt’s business record, including all four bankruptcies, is crystal clear: good for Trump, bad for everybody else.
VIDEO: Trump’s Economic Plan: Bad Business
In Ohio today, Hillary Clinton will outline the core proposition that if Donald Trump gets behindthe wheel of the American economy, he would very likely drive us off a cliff, with working families bearing the brunt of jobs, savings and livelihoods lost. The difference on the economy couldn’t be clearer: Hillary Clinton has a real plan to help working families, while America just can’t afford Donald Trump.
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