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CLEVELAND-- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton appeared at a Cleveland high school on Wednesday.

Clinton attacked Donald Trump's plan to give tax breaks to the wealthy while at John Marshall High School. She also toured the building, which went through a $47 million renovation and reopened last year.

"We've got to get the economy working for everybody, not just those at the top. And how are we going to do that? Well, I know too many families right here in Ohio are feeling a lot of financial stress, worrying about how they're going to make ends meet," Clinton said. "That's why I've laid out specific plans."

She talked about creating a national infrastructure bank and making sure students have access to the Internet.

Clinton was joined by Rep. Marcia Fudge and candidate for Senate Ted Strickland.

GOP candidate Trump was at Youngstown State University on Monday, where he criticized Clinton and President Barack Obama for their exit strategy in Iraq.