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Clinton Plans Economic Speech Thursday to Counter Trump’s

  • Trump to make his case first before Detroit Economic Club
  • Clinton has gained in polls on who can best handle economy
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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will push this week to gain further ground against Republican nominee Donald Trump on the economy, countering a speech he is set to deliver Monday with her own on Thursday, her campaign said.

Clinton plans to cap two weeks of campaigning focused on jobs and the economy -- including a post-Democratic National Convention bus tour with running mate Tim Kaine -- with a speech in Detroit that campaign officials say will highlight the stark contrast between her views and those of Trump. The Republican nominee plans to address the Detroit Economic Club on Monday in an attempt to re-focus his campaign after a few especially rocky weeks.