Hillary Clinton held a campaign event Wednesday at Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth, taking the stage just after noon.
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Hillary Clinton said Donald Trump's proposals are "not the change we need."
Clinton said she doesn't believe "most Americans want the dark and divisive change Donald is offering."
The Democratic presidential nominee said Trump would bring change to the country. But she argued that electing him means tax cuts for the wealthy, mass deportations, a rollback of gay marriage and abortion laws and "ripping up our alliances."
Clinton says she offers a different vision, with more college opportunities, new jobs, immigration reform and a commitment to working with foreign allies.
She told voters: "the choice is yours as to what kind of country we want to be."
Clinton said at the rally Wednesday in Lake Worth that Trump relied on undocumented workers "to make his project cheaper." That was apparently a reference to reporting that some subcontractors on the projected illegally hired undocumented laborers. She also said many of the products in the hotel's rooms were made overseas.
The Democratic presidential nominee says "you can talk a good game," but the facts show that Trump has stiffed American workers and American businesses during his career in real estate.