Hillary Clinton tore into Donald Trump's economic proposals during a speech in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesday, warning that his plans would "throw us back into a recession." "A few weeks ago, I said his foreign policy proposals and reckless statements represent a danger to our national security. But you might think that because he has spent his life as a businessman he would be better prepared to handle the economy," Clinton said. "Well, it turns out he's dangerous there, too. Just like he shouldn't have his finger on the button, he shouldn't have his hands on our economy."
Clinton cited recent economic studies, remarks from Democrats and Republicans alike, and Trump's own failed businesses as evidence that the presumptive GOP nominee might not be as good for America's economy as he claims to be. "Donald Trump may have written a lot of books about business, but they all seem to end at Chapter 11," Clinton said, going on to cite a recent CNN report that Trump's casinos have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy more often in the last 30 years than any other major company. "We can't let him bankrupt America like we are one of his failed casinos."
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