Donald Trump delivered an attack Wednesday on Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state during a speech at his New York City hotel, calling her a "world-class liar" and said "God help us" if Hillary is elected president.
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The presumptive Republican nominee lit into Hillary Clinton on several fronts, the economy, immigration.
But some of his harshest criticism came in reference to her time as secretary of state, calling many of her decisions "deadly" decisions.
Trump also gave a glimpse into the first 100 days of his potential presidency saying he will appoint judges that will uphold the constitution and also bring good paying jobs to the unemployed.
But his constant refrain throughout that Hillary Clinton cannot be the next president.
In New York City, Gurnal Scott, FOX News.
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