Hillary Clinton will focus on the economy this week as she lays out plans for what her campaign describes as "the biggest investment in good-paying jobs since World War II."
On Monday, Clinton will visit the battleground state of Florida, where she will tour a small brewery and hold two rallies. On Thursday, she is set to deliver her own economic speech in Detroit, a city that has symbolized the nation's manufacturing plight.
Clinton has argued that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is focused only on the wealthiest Americans. She has questioned his commitment to creating U.S. jobs, given the history of outsourcing at his companies.