Donald Trump’s campaign is painting Hillary Clinton as a proponent of the status quo as she prepares to deliver an economic speech in Michigan. Trump’s Deputy National Policy Director Dan Kowalski says in a statement that: “right now, the American economy is only working for the rigged system in Washington and on Wall Street, yet Hillary Clinton is running to keep things as they are.” He says Clinton’s plans will damage the economy by raising taxes, increasing spending and killing jobs. Trump discussed his own economic plans in a speech this week that focused on cutting corporate taxes and eliminating federal regulations. Clinton has proposed a surtax on the highest-earning Americans, while Trump has proposed a tax reduction that he acknowledges would add substantially to the debt. 12:35 p.m. click referenceDemocratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine says voting is a “sacred act.” Kaine is in New Orleans addressing the Progressive National Baptist Convention, a group of African-American Baptist churches born out of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. He’s talking about his religious upbringing, including the year he spent in Honduras. http://milwaukeehybridgroup.com/milwaukeehybridgroupcom2186/2016/08/07/in-common-with-osteoarthritis-somewhere-else-in-the-lower-arm-or-legs-e-g/He says when he came back from Honduras – at that time a dictatorship – he had a new attitude about the importance of voting. Kaine says he meets people every day who say their vote doesn’t matter. But he stressed how important it is. His comments come as many in the African-American community are worried about the effects of a Supreme Court decision that invalidated a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
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