"In terms of his message, it is really resonating. Particularly if you are talking [about] union people, he is speaking our language," Josh Goldstein, deputy national media director for the AFL-CIO told the Huffington Post. "We can't let that go unattended, because people have been doing that with Trump for a long time, and his numbers have only gone up. … It is our job to go out and educate people now, so it doesn't cross that threshold and become a threat."
"Their core objective is to silence the voice of working people on the job," Mr. Goldstein said. "I think it's a tactic by the corporate interests to bust the unions."