Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was joined by her sidekick liberal senator Elizabeth Warren to deliver a speech in Cincinnati Ohio. The swing state is virtually split in the polls between Republican and businessman Donald Trump and Clinton. Trump returned to New York from a trip to Turnberry Scotland to help his son open up a golf resort. Trump was a vocal supporter of the Brexit vote when it happened and his coincidental visit to Scotland amidst the UK’s departure from the European Union was a chance for him to nail President Obama and Clinton’s call for Britain to stay in the European Union. Trump is comparing the event similarly to the United States citing that Americans want to take their country back and that immigrants are threatening American tradition as they had done in the U.K.

Warren has been known for inciting rampant insults towards Trump since Clinton won the nomination earlier in the month. Warren continued that in Cincinnati. “We’re here to fight side-by-side with Hillary Clinton,” Warren said at a rally in Cincinnati, while dubbing Trump “a small, insecure money grubber who fights for no one but himself.”“She doesn’t whine. She doesn’t run to Twitter to call her opponents fat pigs or dummies. No, she just remembers who really needs someone on their side. And she gets up and keeps right on fighting for the people who need her most.”

Clinton added fuel to that fire “I must say I do just love to see how she gets under Donald Trump’s thin skin,” she said. “As Elizabeth made clear, Donald Trump proves every day he’s not in it for the American people, he’s in it only for himself. And Elizabeth reminds us of that every chance she gets because it is really important that voters here in Ohio and voters across America understand this. She exposes him for what he is.”

Clinton and Warren both attacked trump for his views on the Brexit decision and added that his rhetoric was selfish insisting that it would cause more harm than good especially to the economy and racial divisions.

No Republican nominee has ever made it to the White house without winning Ohio. On top of that no candidate, Republican or Democrat, has made it to the White without the swing state since 1964.