30 October, 2016
Former President Bill Clinton will return to OH this weekend to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The slogan for the Democratic presidential nominee's campaign is "Standing Together", but hey, what difference does it make.
The aides called that part of the operation "Bill Clinton Inc." and estimated they raised $3 million in fees for the ex-president and arranged deals that would pay him as much as $66 million in future years.
But Hillary Clinton has said she likes the moniker "First Gentleman".
Former President Bill Clinton will speak at an early vote rally hosted by U.S. Rep. Joyce Beatty, D-Columbus, on Saturday afternoon.
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Clinton is also set to encourage voters to support Democrats down the ballot - an important message for the party as the Clinton campaign works to gain a Senate majority and cut into the Republican Party's wide House lead.
The Clinton campaign on Friday demanded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation release more details about the emails. "Trump is trying to divide everything that we stand for", he said.
The Trump campaign, ahead of Clinton's speech, slammed Clinton's visit and the new email controversy.