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WATCH: Clinton: GOP 'Waging Assault on Workers' Rights' (VIDEO)

Hillary Clinton took aim about Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, saying he believes wages are too high for workers. Clinton then slams Republicans as a whole on workers' rights, saying they "are raging a relentless assault on workers' rights. Ted Cruz and other Republicans are pushing a national 'Right to Work' law that would gut unions, drive down wages and benefits, and concentrate even more power in the hands of corporations and their allies."

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