Clinton's 'Rust Belt' tour courts white working class

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at Fort Hayes Vocational School on July 31, 2016 in Columbus, OhioHillary Clinton took a bus tour across the US “rust belt” region this weekend in a quest to win over white, working class voters who tend to support populist Republican Donald Trump. With her husband ex-president Bill Clinton in tow, the former first lady, top diplomat, ex-senator and now Democratic presidential candidate took her seat on a blue bus that meandered over 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) from Philadelphia to Columbus, Ohio. “I understand that there are people who feel like the economy is not working well for them,” Clinton said at a rally in Harrisburg on Friday.

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