''Some people make fun of me for having plans...it used to hurt my feelings but it doesn't anymore,'' said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, outlining her vision for new infrastructure. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said insults from Republican rival Donald Trump no longer hurt her feelings at a campaign event in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on Saturday (July 30). "I actually have plans. Some people make fun of me for having plans. Ya, I know, it used to hurt my feelings but it doesn't anymore," said Clinton in reference to Trump's insults of her. Clinton spoke with her vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine in Johnstown, about creating jobs and infrastructure. Clinton said she and Kaine would fight for Americans and the economy. "At the Republican convention they spent more time on insults for me than on jobs for you..." Clinton said. "Now Donald Trump may think we never win anymore and our country is full of losers but boy is he wrong. We still do big things and we can do more big things. We're not going to build a giant wall, we're going to build roads and bridges and tunnels and ports and airports..." Clinton said. U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he was taking the gloves off in his battle against Clinton in the race for the White House after taking a scorching from speakers at the Democratic National Convention. Trump wrapped up a five-day, seven-state campaign swing in Colorado on Friday, where for a fifth straight day his supporters chanted "lock her up" whenever he brought up Clinton's name. Trump supporters say Clinton deserves to be prosecuted for her handling of U.S. foreign policy as President Barack Obama's first-term secretary of state and for her use of a private email server while in that office.