Trump Campaigns in Connecticut; Democrat VP Nominee Tim Kaine in New Hampshire on Saturday

BOTH SPEAK ON THE ECONOMY

by Sharon Rondeau

Live streaming of Donald Trump in Fairfield, CT provided by RightSide Broadcasting

(Aug. 13, 2016) — On Saturday evening, Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump is campaigning at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT, while Democrat vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine spoke about the economy in Manchester, NH earlier in the day.

Trump derided the Democrats’ tax plan, which he said is “all you need in Connecticut:  higher taxes” to an enthusiastic audience.

Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton does not appear to be campaigning today.

Trump also decried the health care reform law known as Obamacare and praised The Washington Post, which he banned from officially covering his events in June, for recent coverage of Clinton’s time in the U.S. Senate.

During his address, Trump said that he “loves Connecticut” and America.  One protester was ejected at approximately 8:30 p.m.

Kaine is a sitting U.S. senator who also served one term as governor of Virginia during the last decade.  He has also been a city councilman and mayor of Richmond, VA.

At 8:48, Trump asked that another protester who he said “looks just like Hillary” be removed from the assembly.

At 9:05, Trump said that Clinton was at that moment “home sleeping.”

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This story was updated at 10:26 p.m. EDT.

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