HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Hillary Clinton says she’ll get tough on corporate greed and bring jobs back to Pennsylvania if she’s elected President.
Clinton spoke for about 45 minutes to a crowd of about 1,500 supporters who gathered Tuesday inside the Zembo Shrine Center.
She said she would close loopholes for corporations and make big companies pay “exit taxes” if they take American jobs overseas. She also promised equal pay for women and higher taxes on the wealthy.
The former Secretary of State and New York senator repeatedly blasted Donald Trump, saying her Republican opponent outsourced jobs for his campaign gear, hotel furniture, and other businesses. She said Trump talks of creating jobs for Pennsylvania, but his businesses bought cheap aluminum and steel from China.
Clinton also urged Pennsylvanians to register to vote before the Oct. 11 deadline.
The visit to Harrisburg was the second of her presidential campaign. She hosted a rally at the Broad Street Market on July 29.