Hillary Clinton did what a lot of out-of-towners do on their first trip back to Des Moines in a while: She went down to Raygun and picked up a T-shirt.
The Democratic presidential nominee, making her first appearance in Iowa since winning the first-in-the-nation caucuses here in February, toured the irreverent East Village T-shirt shop on Wednesday before holding a rally at Lincoln High School on the city’s south side.
Both events revolved around her economic proposals — a first-100-days plan to spur infrastructure construction, develop clean energy and aid small businesses and entrepreneurs — and drew sharp contrasts with Republican rival Donald Trump’s record as a businessman and employer.
“I believe in small businesses. That’s why I want to be a small business president,” Clinton told the crowd of about 1,500 at Lincoln High. “That’s a big contrast with Donald Trump, who has spent his career stiffing small businesses.”
Watch the full speech above. At around the 6-min mark, another protester jumps the barrier causing the Secret Service to spring into action. But once again, Hillary keeps her cool and even gets in a nice quip with "some people get a little carried away". Another view:Hillary is back in Iowa, visiting Raygun. pic.twitter.com/eTDV7UJf4K— Amy Chozick (@amychozick) August 10, 2016