In the middle of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Hillary Clinton's campaign released a video of man who says Donald Trump shorted him $30,000.
And once again, Clinton's attack focused on Trump's Atlantic City record. The video focuses on Mike Diehl, a father of five who owned Freehold Music Center in 1989. In the video, Diehl says he was supposed to deliver $100,000 in pianos to the Trump Taj Mahal casino.
Trump, who's companies went bankrupt five times in Atlantic City, has repeatedly defended his record, saying he created thousands of jobs and made millions while in the city.
Trump Taj Mahal, where Diehl's pianos were supposed to go, opened to tremendous fanfare in April 1991 but was in bankruptcy by November that year.
In the three-minute video, Diehl talks about how Donald Trump's company refused to pay the bill, despite his repeated requests.
"I feel as if someone stole $30,000 from me," Diehl, 88, says in the video. “The people that got hurt in Atlantic City are honest, hardworking people just like me.”