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Monday, Oct. 12, 2015 | 6:15 p.m.
In a surprise move the day before the first Democratic presidential debate, Hillary Clinton joined hundreds of members of the Culinary Union Local 226 and Trump International Hotel employees to protest the business' nonunion policy.
She told the crowd that they have the right to organize and the right to a living wage.
"That means saying no to Donald Trump," she said referring to the presidential candidate who owns the hotel.
.@HillaryClinton dropped by the @Culinary226 protest to lend her support for work in families! This moment was 🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/BA2H4izxsR— Michelle White (@MickyWhiteNV) October 13, 2015
Ran into a friend at @Culinary226 against Trump rally. @Astrid_NV @HillaryClinton @HillaryforNV pic.twitter.com/ADwlgZFm4u— Blanca Gamez (@BlancaSprkls) October 13, 2015
I am not going to link to this article except to show the header which once again demonstrates my point about NYT headers. If I link to the article I will start running down my free articles for the month, and I have no intention of paying them while they run headers like this.
rights as workers to voice their grievances. Once again, your header misleads. Hillary was not there to cast aspersions on The Donald. She was there to stand with his employees whose voices he drowns out and to whom he turns a deaf ear.New York Times