Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says ''we are committed to a strong Poland'' and ''I will be the greatest president for jobs that God ever created'' during a campaign event at the Polish American Congress in Chicago. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at the Polish American Congress in Chicago, Illinois on Wednesday (September 28) and says "we are committed to a strong Poland -- very committed, totally committed -- and a strong eastern Europe." The Republican also said he would become the "greatest president for jobs that God ever created." Trump went on to point fingers at his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and her husband, Bill. "Campaigning for his wife, Bill Clinton attacked Poland saying democracy is too much trouble... he disagreed with Poland's opposition to bring in refugees and yet his wife wants to bring in refugees from Syria..." said Trump. "We can't allow people to come into this country from other parts of the world that we don't know who they are, where they come from, what they're intentions are..." said Trump. Monday night's face-off between Clinton, with decades of experience in public life, and Trump, famous as a television personality but running for office for the first time, attracted a record audience for a U.S. presidential debate. Trump praised himself for not attacking Clinton during the debate about the marital infidelity of her husband, former President Bill Clinton, but said he may take up the attack line going forward. There are two more debates scheduled, on Oct. 9 in St. Louis and Oct. 19 in Las Vegas, ahead of the Nov. 8 election.