Kaine Wraps up Pennsylvania Campaign Swing in Bethlehem


Today, Tim Kaine wrapped up a two day campaign tour in Pennsylvania. His first stop was lunch at the Hispanic Center of the Lehigh Valley. He helped serve meals to senior clients, speaking to many of them in Spanish. He briefly spoke about Donald Trump’s visit with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and his divisive language on immigration.

Kaine then spoke at a public rally in Bethlehem where he focused on jobs and Hillary Clinton’s plans to improve the country’s infrastructure. Kaine also attacked Trump for failing to release his tax returns and his lack of a clear policy. He said, “We’ve been out talking about jobs, while Donald Trump has been talking about, you know, ridiculing the Virginia family whose child was killed in action defending his friends, or fighting with this or that Republican leader he will or will not endorse, or talking about the walls he’ll build or the alliances he’ll shred. We’ve been out talking about jobs, we’ve been talking about how you grow an economy that works for everybody.” A video from the event is below.

Meanwhile, in Washington, DC, a fundraiser was held featuring a conversation with former Secretary of State Dr. Madeleine K. Albright. Also attending the event was Max Weinberg, drummer for the E Street Band and member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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News Source: The Morning Call