COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Hillary Clinton is targeting Donald Trump's economic policies in an address in Columbus, Ohio today, trying to use his own statements to undercut his economic credentials.
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She's citing remarks he made that the U.S. could sell off assets, default on its debt and that wages are too high. She also repeated a comment he made that pregnant employees are an "inconvenience."
Clinton says markets "rise and fall" based on comments made by presidential candidates. Suggesting the United States could default on its debt could cause a "global panic," she adds.
Clinton says: "We can't let these loose, careless remarks get any credence in our electorate and around the world."
Clinton's visit to Columbus comes on the same day a new Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll shows her tied with Trump in Ohio, both at 40 percent. That's a slight shift from early May, when Trump led 43 percent to Clinton's 39 percent.