Hillary Clinton's claim that GOP nominee Donald Trump's business empire produces nothing in the United States earned her a "false" rating from the fact-checking group PolitiFact.
"I find it highly amusing that Donald Trump talks about make America great again; he doesn't make a thing in America, except bankruptcies," the Democratic presidential candidate told a group of supporters last week in Pennsylvania.
But her comments, which were made at a rally the morning after she delivered her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, don't match up with reality.
Though it is true many Trump products, including his line of vodka and neckties, are produced overseas, his business interests are also responsible for some products made in the United States.
"Amazon features more than a dozen Trump-brand suits. Yes, some are made in China and some have no country listed for where they're made. But some are made in the United States," PolitiFact noted.
Trump's line of wines is also produced in the United States.
"On Trump's website, he sells several apparel items, including the 'Make America Great Again' hats, as well as t-shirts, signs and buttons. All of them are said to be made in America," the fact-checking group noted.
(Though an Internet rumor claimed the "Make America Great Again" hats are produced in China, the Associated Press found a small company in Los Angeles stitches them together using imported materials.)
The Federal Trade Commission says that "all or virtually all" of the product must be made in America for it to be considered "Made in the USA."
Clinton campaign spokespersons did not respond when asked to explain how Clinton defends the assertion Trump does not "make a thing in America."
The bottom line from PolitiFact: "Many of Trump's products are made overseas, but not all of them. At the least, some of his suits and the campaign memorabilia he sells on his website are made in the United States."
"We rule the claim False," they added.