ALIQUIPPA (KDKA/AP) — Former President Bill Clinton was in Pennsylvania on Friday to stump for his wife, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

He had a busy schedule set: He started off at 9:30 a.m. in Aliquippa, then was set to head to a 2:30 p.m. event in Duncansville, in Blair County. He is set to finish up at a 5:30 event in Reading.

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“We are in good shape for the future, we are in better shape, these young people should and could live in the time of greatest prosperity, shared prosperity and discovery this country has ever known if we do the right things,” he said in Aliquippa.

With just 11 days left until the election, Clinton spoke to a few hundred about the diverse workforce in the country and of elevating young people to do better.

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He took time to address Donald Trump, calling him a salesman who couldn’t deliver on his promises. He said his wife has a proven track record, and laid out her plan for education.

“Here’s Hillary’s plan. She wants to present to congress a bill that makes tuition free at all community colleges for everyone, she wants it to be free at all public, four year schools for people with family incomes of 150,000 a year or less. She wants to make it possible for everyone to graduate from public and private schools with moderate tuition and high graduation rate with no debt, none zero,” he said.

U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren was also in Pittsburgh stumping for Clinton and Katie McGinty, the party’s challenger to Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.

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