Clinton to portray Trump economic plans as handouts for rich

Her political fortunes flourishing, Hillary Clinton attempted to undercut Donald Trump's claim to working class voters Thursday, portraying her Republican rival as untrustworthy on economic issues and pushing policies that would only benefit the super-wealthy - himself included. "Yesterday we witnessed the latest in a long line of casual comments from Donald Trump that cross the line". "He could make his ties in Denver".

Clinton says Trump's plan would cut more than 3.5 million jobs nationwide, which would cut 33,000 jobs in Iowa since he outsources much of his own business.

In a recent trend of battleground states, polls show Clinton over Trump in Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida.

During a recent interview with an OH radio station, Trump said he has been forced to make his products overseas because of trade deals that he said are bad for USA businesses.

"But I also know that I sat across the table from Hillary Clinton, eye-to-eye, and when you're working outside of staff and outside the press, she is somebody I can work with", King said. "But I want products to be made in our country". "I just don't think insults and bullying is how we're going to get things done". The incident came one day after GOP presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump is wrong and Ghazallah Khan is not alone Canova: Wasserman Schultz "seeks to attack" when pressed with truth Trump to coal country: Election "is the last shot for the miners" MORE set off an uproar after making comments some felt were veiled threats toward Clinton.

Clinton, during her address to a crowd of 1,600 at Des Moines Lincoln High School, cited an analysis by Mark Zandi, the chief economist at Moody's and a former economic adviser to Republican presidential candidate John McCain. She said that according to independent analysis "under my plans, we'll create about 10.4 million new jobs".

Clinton also pointed out Zandi's analysis called Trump's economic proposals "fiscally unsound" and would "result in very large deficits and much higher debt load".

If elected, Clinton said she hopes to create good-paying jobs to improve infrastructure like bridges, ports, and airports. "I said pro-2A citizens must organize and get out vote to save our Constitution!"

Agents tackled the protester, who wore a shirt that read "Animal Liberation Now" and is a member of the animal rights organization, Direct Action Everywhere, in a buffer zone surrounding the stage.

According to tweets from the event, the demonstrator was an animal rights activist. Clinton is in town to tour Raygun, a printing, design and clothing company and attend a campaign rally.

Clinton's return to Iowa was brief.