I’m feeling a little sentimental. This is going to be my last — probably my last — day of campaigning for a while.
You are the best organizers on the planet. I am so proud of you.
Now think about where we were eight years ago.
See, I know because I was sitting there, although I had a soft spot for SpongeBob. SpongeBob was probably my favorite.
For those of you who don’t quite remember eight years ago, we were living through two long wars, going through the worst economic crisis in 80 years.
Last year, incomes went up faster than any time in 30 years.
Americans of every faith, every background, Republicans and Democrats, who understand that we’re stronger together.
This is the first candidate in decades to hide his tax returns.
He’s giving jobs to Chinese steel workers, not American steel workers.
Every time my administration has brought a trade enforcement case against China that has been decided, the United States of America has won.
I don’t think he knows working people except for the folks who clean up in his hotels and the folks who mow the fairway on his golf course.
If you denigrate minorities before you take office, then you’ll denigrate minorities after you take office.
A candidate who is smart, a candidate who is steady, a candidate who is tested — probably the most qualified person ever to run for this office.
She will work her heart out to create jobs that families can live on, child care that you can afford.
The most powerful word in our democracy is the word ‘we’ — we the people.
I already voted. I voted for Hillary Clinton, because I am absolutely confident that when she is president, this country will be in good hands. And I’m asking you to do the same, especially the young people here.
So, Michigan, I ask you to do for Hillary what you did for me.
We will elect Hillary as president. We will remind the world why the United States of America is the greatest nation on Earth.