Hillary Clinton delivered her economic speech in Michigan on Thursday, and while the former first lady intended to sound like Bernie Sanders, she ended up mimicking populist positions from Donald Trump.
1. Trans-Pacific Partnership
She started off by flip-flopping on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement she publicly backed 45 times, according to CNN. During her speech, she said that she opposes the bill and will fight against it.
Trump has been publicly opposed to TPP since October 2015.
Clinton slammed a frequent target of Trump's, claiming throughout the speech, "China and other countries have gamed the system for too long."
Just like Trump, the Democratic nominee proposed slapping tariffs on countries that skew the market against Americans.
"When countries break the rules, we won't hesitate to impose targeted tariffs," Clinton said to the crowd at a manufacturing plant in Warren, Michigan.
4. Corporate "exit tax"
She also copied Trump's proposal to inflict a tax on companies moving overseas for cheaper labor and looser regulations.
"For those that move their headquarters overseas to avoid paying their fair share of taxes, they’re going to have to pay a new exit tax," Clinton said. "So if they want to go, they’re going to have to pay to go."
5. Infrastructure spending
The former first lady promised the biggest infrastructure project since World War II, encouraging both public and private projects that would leverage more than $250 billion in new construction.
Trump has also said he plans to spend hundreds of billions on new infrastructure. Though he hasn't given an exact number, he promised it would be larger than $250 billion.
However, the two didn't agree on everything. Clinton still promised to raise taxes on job creators.