'Practical World' True News Magazine by American Road Radio

'Practical World' True News Magazine by American Road Radio
True News about Health,Politics and War

Election 2016 :Hillary Clinton joins workers trying to organize at Trump hotel

Hillary Clinton joins workers trying to organize at Trump hotel.

Hillary Rodham Clinton went to Donald Trump's doorstep Monday to mock the

Republican presidential front-runner on the eve of the first Democratic

presidential debate.

The appearance at a boisterous rally of the politically potent Culinary

Workers Union at the Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas was a win-win for

Clinton, letting her signal her support for an influential union while taking

aim at the Democratic party's favourite foil. The union, which represents casino

and resort workers, is trying to organize hotel employees and invited all of the

five candidates in town for the debate to the rally.

Clinton was the only one who showed up, clad in a red pantsuit that matched

the crimson union shirts. She urged the workers to "say No to Donald Trump."

"Some people say Donald Trump is entertaining," Clinton said. "I don't think

it's entertaining when someone insults immigrants, when someone insults women."

The union has been trying to organize the Trump hotel for more than a year,

before the billionaire leapt to the front of the Republican field with tirades

against illegal immigrants. The union says it was approached by some of the 500

restaurant workers and maids at the hotel who wanted representation.

"Mr. Trump said, `Make America great,"' Maria Jaramillo, a housekeeper who's

worked at the hotel for six years, said at the rally. "The Trump workers say,

`Start it here!"'

Eric Trump, an executive vice president at the Trump organization and the

presidential candidate's son, said workers at the hotel are largely happy.

"For years the union in Las Vegas has been trying to unionize this hotel, and

they have been incredibly unsuccessful," Trump said. "We have an incredible

group of employees who have categorically rejected unionization."
Share on Google Plus

About Pratica Radio

    Blogger Comment
    Facebook Comment

Reflex by Practical World