Hillary Clinton will visit Atlantic City on Wednesday, where she plans to highlight Donald Trump's business record, ABC News reported Friday.
Clinton's campaign says a time and location for her appearance have not been finalized, but UNITE-HERE Local 54 President Bob McDevitt says she will be appearing at Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, where about 1,000 workers are on strike.
Bob McDevitt says that Hillary Clinton is coming to the Trump Taj Mahal because of the strike— John DeRosier (@ACPressDeRosier) July 2, 2016
McDevitt says he doesn't know what time Clinton will be here on Wednesday, so stay tuned.— John DeRosier (@ACPressDeRosier) July 2, 2016
The presumptive Democratic nominee is expected to continue to argue that Trump is "temperamentally unfit" to be president, focusing on Trump's business dealings in Atlantic City, including his bankruptcies, while stressing her own economic proposals, the news outlet reported.
Trump formerly owned three casinos in Atlantic City, one of which is closed, another of which no longer bears Trump's name and the third of which saw about 1,000 of its employees go on strike Friday.
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Gov. Chris Christie recently emerged as a possible contender to be Trump's running mate in November's presidential election.
Clinton will be the second Democratic presidential candidate to appear in Atlantic City this election cycle. Bernie Sanders spoke May 9 at Boardwalk Hall.
The Democratic National Convention will be held July 25-28 in Philadelphia.
- Dan Grote
Look back at the 1964 Democratic National Convention
Famous political personalities, including the President of the United States and several Kennedy family members, dazzled Atlantic City in late August '64. All were in town for the 1964 Democratic National Convention. With approximately 1,000 members of the press in attendance, Atlantic City claimed world-wide attention. The following gallery shows scenes from that political event.