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“I’ve said before … I did not dream all my life to be president; I wanted to play my field for the Cleveland Indians, said Brown at CNN’s “Union State”. “That door has apparently closed.”
Brown won last month reunification in a state Trump who won the presidential election in 2016, while he took a tough line on trade, tax policy, health and other issues he said that labor and labor workers had affected.
“I’ve heard many people take it on. And it’s not just a message that works in the industrial Midwest and in states we need to beat President Trump. It’s also a message to X-ray technicians in Oakland and the construction worker in Augusta, Maine, says Brown.
“It is respect and dignity for the work that is important to this country and … no party has paid enough attention to it,” he added.
Brown said on Sunday that he did not believe that the Democrats in 2018 spoke “to the workers enough about the dignity of work and the respect we ought to have workers. “
” You start with it – you have better health policy, you have better retirement, “he said.” I mean that if you work hard in the country you should be able to move forward, and so many Americans, so many Ohioans, see that is not the case. “