Hillary Clinton's campaign has brought Bangladesh readymade garments industry into the US presidential race as a new advertisement hit back at Trump over jobs outsourcing.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump during an appearance at The Late Show with David Letterman in 2013 praised the Bangladeshi garment production where his clothing line's shirts are made.
Hillary Clinton's campaign released an attack advertisement on Friday where this video is featured.
The ad attacks the Republican Party nominee, saying he had outsourced American jobs to 12 countries through his clothing line
Donald Trump has throughout his campaign advertised himself as a job creating businessman who will bring back outsourced jobs to the United States.
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He has promised to be the “greatest jobs president that God ever created.”
Hillary's ad is expected to begin airing on television in battleground states beginning next week, according to the campaign.
Trump supporters have also lashed back at Hillary over the issue.
One commentator, Bryan Crabtree, suggested that it was hypocritical for Hillary to wear pantsuits from Armani, Ralph Lauren and Susanna Beverly Hills, who manufacture most of their products in in China, Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka.