Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump sits down with CBS' Norah O'Donnell and slams Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for her economic policies. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump lashed out at rival Hillary Clinton in an interview with CBS' Norah O'Donnell on Tuesday, after a day of back and fourth between the two candidates slamming each other as disqualified to hold office. "Basically she's crooked Hillary. When you get right down to it. She will do horribly on the economy. You look at what she did as secretary of state. What China did to this country it was pillage. They pillaged this country. They did things to us, to us with trade deficits that were unbelievable and part of that comes out of the secretary of state. You look at the kind of rewards she's been given and that her husband has been given. Very, very unfair, and very very bad for our country," Trump said of Clinton. In an Instagram video Trump posted on Tuesday, he also accused his Democratic rival Clinton of "watching" as the Obama administration racked up debt just hours after she took aim at his business practices. That post came in response to a speech Clinton made in Columbus, Ohio, on Trump's economic policies. Clinton slammed his economics in a speech on the economy early in the day and said calling himself the "king of debt" was not something to boast about when seeking the presidency of the United States.