A small crowd greeted Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s daughter Chelsea at a campaign stop in Sioux City, Iowa on Tuesday. At the Orpheum theater, Chelsea defended her mother and attacked Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump to a crowd reported to include just 125 people.
Chelsea Clinton told those in attendance that she doesn’t want to live in a country with what she called the “demeaning speak” of Trump.
“The demeaning speak against Americans with disabilities, against women, against minorities, against Muslims, against immigrants, against our veterans, against a gold-star family,” Clinton said. “None of that is the country that I want to live in and it’s certainly not the country that I want my children, our children, and our grandchildren to grow up in.”
— Hillary for Iowa (@HillaryforIA) October 5, 2016
Chelsea spoke for about ten minutes and took questions for another 25 before posing for pictures with those in attendance.
— Brexton Isaacs (@BrextonIsaacs) October 6, 2016
President Obama won Iowa in both 2008 and 2012 but the Real Clear Politics average of polls in Iowa shows Trump leading Hillary by 5% and outside the margin of error for the polls collectively. Early voting is underway in Iowa having started on September 29th. Iowa has six electoral votes.