Apr 18, 2016 06:00 AM EDT
Chelsea Clinton To Endorse Mom in Pennsylvania Campaign
Hilary Clinton will make a stop in Pennsylvania for a presidential campaign along with husband, Bill Clinton and daughter, Chelsea Clinton. Despite being awaited for her speech in Keystone State, the president candidate will let her daughter take the stage.
According to an article in CBS Local, she will be speaking to citizens of Pittsburg in Shadyside to explain why they need to vote for her mother. The Democratic candidate's daughter believes that her mother can build a bridge to opportunities for American families. On April 25, the Oxford graduate is scheduled to talk in front of the audience in Philadelphia in an event called "An Evening with Chelsea Clinton."
With the deadline just around the corner, the Clinton family is pushing in a full force on former first lady campaign. Endorsing Hillary, the family give support to mom by delivering a speech. Before her daughter steps up in the battlefield this week, the former Secretary of State had spoken at the AFL-CIO convention as she has a root in Pennsylvania. She mentioned about the experience of visiting her grandfather had made her being respectful towards dignity of hard working. Hillary also disagrees on Trump's decision in building walls to separate Americans against each other.
As reported by the Politicspa, the former U.S. president was also in Philadelphia to show support to wife although he had to face a few protesters accusing him to ruin black youth communities after signing the 1994 Crime Bill. The former president noted that Hillary should not be blamed for the mistake he did in the past.
Another presidential candidates scheduled to campaign in Pittsburgh are Ted Cruz and Donald Trump at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. According to Fox News Poll, Clinton has a higher percentage than Trump by 11 percent.
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