Those there are fighting words. Is that a battle you think Hillary really wants to take on with Trump?
Clinton’s slam was directed at all of her Republican rivals in the race but she singled out Trump.
‘And the fellow who’s from New York? I wish he’d get out of one of his towers and actually walk the street,’ she charged.
The former secretary of state and first lady is a millionaire and was seen Thursday getting her hair done at luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman, where a cut and blow dry goes for $600.
Clinton was said to have her hair styled by John Barrett Salon owner John Barrett himself.
She showed up in four black cars with aide Huma Abedin, Page Six reported.
The last time Clinton was seen strolling the streets of her city, as she suggested Trump ought to, was months ago.
In late December Hillary and pregnant Chelsea Clinton were spotted on a walk with Bill Clinton, Chelsea’s husband Marc Mezvinsky and their baby Charlotte.
She’s spent much of her time since on the campaign trail and fundraising.
The former U.S. senator is seeking to crush Bernie Sanders’ candidacy once and for all by winning the heavily-weighted New York primary and is relying on her ties to the Empire State, high-placed endorsements and aggressive campaigning to see her to a victory in the April 19 primary.
Wisconsin votes today but she returned to New York over the weekend and campaigned in the Big Apple and Albany yesterday.
This afternoon she held an event in Brooklyn at Medgar Evers College with first lady of New York City Chirlane McCray and Congresswomen Yvette Clarke.
Clinton gave her standard line that ‘too many many voices out there, too many people are trying to divide Americans against Americans.’
But said today, ‘I wish they’d all come to New York and spend time.’
Then Clinton hit Trump and said ‘prejudice and paranoia is not the New York way.
The businessman spent the day campaigning in Wisconsin at a Wauwatosa diner and Waukesha fire station and was headed back to New York City tonight ahead of an event in Bethpage, New York, tomorrow.
She ripped into him this afternoon several times, including over his recent comments on abortion, telling her audience she will ‘stand firm on behalf of a woman’s right to make her on reproductive decisions.