Tues. 10 pm: Bill Clinton stumps for Hillary in Steubenville

STEUBENVILLE – Former President Bill Clinton told a crowd of 500 Tuesday at Harding Middle School that he understands the anger of the American electorate but decisions made in anger aren’t always based on facts.

Clinton said, “Anger or answers? Resentment or empowerment? Bridges or walls? Are we stronger together or would you like to have all day, every day what you have been treated to the last few months? We are stronger together. Vote for the answers, vote for the empowerment, vote for the bridges. Vote for Hillary.”

Clinton explained with greater detail the college loan forgiveness and other economic policies that are part of his wife’s agenda than have been floated nationally in recent days as the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigns have been goading and responding to one another in the wake of the first presidential debate Sept. 25.

He said his wife and her primary challenger, Bernie Sanders, combined plans and came up with one that was better than either had alone.

Read about Clinton’s free college tuition plan and student loan forgiveness plan in Wednesday’s Tribune Chronicle.