In a speech focused on economic policy in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Wednesday, democratic nominee Hillary Clinton outlined five ideas for U.S. economy repair in the future.
Citing infrastructure as a key component for economic growth, she vowed to make a $275 billion investment within her first 100 days as president.
Her remarks were in stark contrast to presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, who said in a SoHo New York speech on Monday that he would spend money on killing the Affordable Care Act ("ObamaCare") and cutting of international trade in his first 100 days as president.
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The five ideas she offered were:
Furthermore, profit sharing, not raising taxes on the middle class, and encouraging employees to buy stock in their companies are important key points that she wants the public to focus on when deciding how they want their future economy to run.
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