Hillary Clinton is going on the offensive, attacking Trump for his erratic behavior on the campaign trail. The Democratic front runner said Trump is not qualified to be president and that his unpredictable behavior is dangerous.
Now confident that she will be the Democratic nominee, Clinton has shifted her focus to Trump, who has been running about even with Clinton in national polls.
In an interview with CNN, Clinton said Trump lacked the skills to rally U.S. allies to respond to threats, such as the recent Egypt Airplane crash.
“I know how hard this job is and I know we need steadiness, as well as strength and smarts in it,” Clinton said. “And I have concluded that he is not qualified to be president of the United States,” she added.
Clinton is now confident that she will be the nominee for the Democratic Party. “I will be the nominee for my party,” Clinton said. “That is already done, in effect. There is no way I won’t be,” she added.
Meanwhile, Trump has promoted Paul Manafort, his top aide, to chief strategist and campaign manager. Corey Lewandowski will still retain his title of campaign manager despite Manafort’s promotion and will oversee daily operations, according to the campaign.
Trump has also hired A.B. Culvahouse, experienced Republican lawyer, to help vet a potential VP for Trump, according to sources close to the campaign.