Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton outlined her economic policies and job-creation proposals at a campaign event in Warren, Michigan Thursday. She talked about her opponent Donald Trump's strong position opposing foreign trade deals and her own position on trade. She said she opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and promises to oppose it as president.
"It is true that too often past trade deals have been sold to the American people with rosy scenarios that did not pan out," she said about Trump's charges that trade deals have wrecked American industry. "Enforcement --particularly during the Bush administration-- has been too lax."
HILLARY CLINTON: My message to every worker in Michigan and across America is this: I will stop any trade deal that kills jobs or holds down wages, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership. I oppose it now, I'll oppose it after the election, and I'll oppose it as president.
Watch Clinton's full speech below: