Bill Clinton speaks during Labor Day cruise in Cincinnati
September 6, 2016 - Picnic Time
A former boss is in Cincinnati for Labor Day.
Bill Clinton stopped during Graeter’s Ice Cream on Vine Street in Over-The-Rhine during about 3:30 p.m., where he systematic a crater of hiss sorbet.
He spoke during a annual AFL-CIO Labor Day Picnic during Coney Island progressing Monday afternoon.
Clinton came to a theatre only before 2:30 p.m., reminding attendees that 24 years prior, he and Al Gore were during a same picnic.
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“I’ve always felt tighten to Ohio. I’ve been grateful,” Clinton said.
Clinton talked about a significance of a labor transformation and how he’s worked with it to assistance emanate jobs.
He also overwhelmed on bootleg drugs, observant that 5 children of friends of his have died in new years.
Clinton dismissed behind during shots taken opposite a Clinton Foundation, indicating out projects that he pronounced have helped many Americans.
He told a attendees that they should consider before they vote.
“You should opinion for a chairman who will be best for you, your community, your family,” Clinton said. “I consider we should opinion for Hillary since we’re stronger together than stronger apart.”
Clinton is approaching to make a few other brief stops before withdrawal Cincinnati, though those stops weren’t publicized in advance.
Elsewhere in Ohio, Donald Trump assimilated using partner Mike Pence during a morning round-table contention with kinship members in Cleveland, afterwards went to a satisfactory in Youngstown.
Hillary Clinton spoke in Cleveland for a Labor Day festival with kinship leaders and workers.
WLWT News 5’s John London will have some-more on Bill Clinton’s revisit during 6 p.m.
Bill Clinton visits Graeter’s in Over-the-Rhine Sept. 5, 2016.
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