MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - Donald Trump spoke at a New Hampshire plant that closed and sent jobs to Mexico Thursday.

The presumptive Republican nominee used the event as an opportunity to slam the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton.

Trump spoke to a small group of invited guests in Manchester about the bad trade deals that he said are supported by Clinton.

“This is a factory, and the legacy, really, of Hillary Clinton,” Trump said. “And Bill Clinton. Because this legacy is entirely due to NAFTA.”

Trump also said if companies move their plants out of the United States, he’ll make them pay a large tax to bring their products back in.

Trump believes he can gain some of Bernie Sanders’ supporters, saying Sanders also hated the trade deal. Trump said the difference between him and Sanders, however, is that he can bring the jobs back and Sanders can’t.

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