Hillary Clinton stopped by Trump International Hotel in Las Vegas to take aim at her Republican rival Donald Trump on the eve of the first Democratic presidential debate.
Clinton made the rare appearance during a protest by the Culinary Workers Union, a group lobbying to allow workers at Trump’s hotel to unionize.
There were about 500 members at the rally who had no idea who the special guest was going to be.
Hillary Clinton arrives at the union rally outside Trump's hotel. pic.twitter.com/yVk4rcT0I1— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) October 13, 2015
"You have to say ... 'no' to efforts to prevent you from organizing, to prevent you from having the kind of working conditions you deserve, the kind of wages that are going to give you a living wage," Clinton began. "And that means saying no to Donald Trump."
"Some people think Mr. Trump is entertaining. But I don't think it's entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women. That is just unacceptable behavior," she added. "When we're here together in solidarity to organize, we also want to send a message to Mr. Trump: That if you're going to run for president, then you should represent all the people of the United States, and that includes hard-working people."
Clinton also promised the protesters, as president, she would protect those rights.
"If you are going to run for president, then represent all of the people of the United States," she said. "I wanted to come by to lend my voice to all yours and I wish you well in these efforts."
As per the latest polls, Clinton remains the top choice among prospective Democratic voters while Trump holds onto his lead as the Republican choice.