Hillary Clinton Holds Super Tuesday Victory Rally in NYC

Fresh off her Super Tuesday victories, Clinton reaffirmed her commitment to the labor movement while taking on Trump

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On Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton delivered a labor-themed speech at a massive rally held in New York City’s Jacob Javitz Center.

[Related: How Blacks Voted on Super Tuesday]

With over 5,000 people in attendance, aides confirmed the rally as one of the campaign’s biggest events to date.

Fresh off her Super Tuesday victories, Clinton thanked her supporters before moving on to reaffirm her commitment to the labor movement. “Labor will always have a seat at the table when I’m in the White House,” Clinton proclaimed before a crowd of union supporters.

Addressing Republican efforts to weaken unions, Clinton promised attendees that she would continue to advocate for them: “As long as you are fighting for working families in America, I will be in the trenches fighting with you.”

In what appeared to be a thinly veiled swipe against rival candidate Bernie Sanders, Clinton stated she would not “over-promise.”

Clinton also devoted a big chunk of her speech to the xenophobic language emerging from certain Republican candidates. Taking a clear shot at Donald Trump, Clinton insisted that the “stakes have never been higher, and the rhetoric on the other side has never been lower.”

“We have to make America whole again. Instead of walls, we need to break down barriers,” Clinton stated, to thunderous applause.



7 Responses to Hillary Clinton Holds Super Tuesday Victory Rally in NYC

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  2. Coughgasm says:

    Hillary Clinton won the states that she was expected to win, but this doesn’t mean that this was a great victory for Hillary Clinton. The states that were up in the air went to Bernie Sanders. Had he won Massachusetts, then he would have been doing exceptionally well. The states featured in super Tuesday were forecasted winds for Clinton. The states coming up after Super Tuesday lean more towards Bernie Sanders. The media at large is doing a tremendous disservice to Bernie Sanders by claiming Hilary Clinton as the Democratic nominee. The primaries are far from over. Bernie Sanders has a better chance of beating any possible Republican nominee. There are petitions going around such as this one: https://www.change.org/p/democratic-national-party-i-am-a-liberal-that-won-t-vote-for-hillary showcasing the amount of liberal voters who will not even show up if Clinton wins. It is important to put things into perspective as we move forward. We need to look at all the facts rather than what the mainstream media is telling us.

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