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July 06, 2016

Clinton releases video slamming Trump's Atlantic City business ventures

Presumptive Democratic nominee to give speech in shore town

The Hillary Clinton campaign has released a new video ad targeting Donald Trump's business record in the struggling Jersey Shore town of Atlantic City.

The video, published to YouTube Wednesday, comes ahead of Clinton's speech in Atlantic City later in the day.

The presumptive Democratic nominee is expected to attack Trump's multiple bankruptcies, stiffing of contractors and the loss of jobs that happened while he managed casinos in the town.

Those points are highlighted in the video, which can be viewed below:

Clinton is expected to give her speech near the Trump Taj Mahal casino, where the Local 54 of the Unite-HERE union has been striking since Friday.

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The casino is now owned by Carl Icahn, and several union workers told  The Associated Press that their beef was not with Trump, but with Icahn.

Clinton's speech will take place at 2301 Boardwalk. Doors for the event open at 10:45 a.m., and the speech is expected to begin at 12:45 p.m.