Entrance to the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J. Photo taken by Jesper Rautell Balle.
Entrance to the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J. Photo taken by Jesper Rautell Balle.

Marty Rosenberg, former vice president of Atlantic Plate Window Glass, based in Atlantic City, N.J., introduced Hillary Clinton just a few hours ago today at a presidential rally as she pursues her presidential bid. Rosenberg took the opportunity to tell how he was “burned by Trump over a quarter century ago” while working as a contractor on the Taj Majal.

Rosenberg said when he worked on the Trump project Donald Trump “made a promise to me” if you work hard and do a good job and in a timely manner you will get paid according to the agreement. Trump’s promise went unfulfilled, he said.

“Trump’s actions caused great financial burdens to most of us,” he said. “Some lost their businesses while others filed for bankruptcy. All suffered emotionally all while Mr. Trump went on living his extravagant lifestyle never giving any of us a second thought,” he said. “I am here today to help ensure this manipulation of people by Trump will not happen on a national stage.”

He then cited Clinton’s vast resume including years of political experience including in her role as Secretary of State.

Watch the event here.

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