Democratic Presidential candidate Clinton pledged to never let, ''Wall Street wreck Main Street'' taking aim at rivals saying ''I am against bad things too.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a surprise stop at Highland Hills Church in Ohio, where she said she had a plan to create more jobs and she pledged to insure that Wall Street would not threaten the economy, taking aim at rivals saying "I am against bad things too." "I am the only candidate that has laid out a comprehensive jobs program," she said. "You know I listen to everybody else, they will tell you what they are against, well I am against bad things too," she said. "I am never going to let Wall Street wreck Main Street again, that's not going to happen on my watch," she said. "But you know what, it is not enough if you want to be President of our county to tell people what you are against, to point fingers, to scape goat, to blame, we are a country that lives on hope and opportunity," she said. Her Democratic rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders has campaigned against Wall Street in his presidential bid. The latest CBS/YouGov polls shows Clinton with the lead in Ohio, whereas she is trailing Sanders in Illinois -- two key states which hold primaries on Tuesday.