CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) -

Donald Trump says America's manufacturing jobs are "going to hell."
    
The Republican presidential nominee blamed the Obama administration for allowing companies to move jobs to Mexico. He also lashed out at the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership as "a catastrophe."
    
The New York billionaire made the comments during a Monday round table discussion with labor leaders in suburban Cleveland.
    
He's spending Labor Day campaigning alongside running mate Mike Pence in battleground Ohio.
    
The pair met with about a dozen current and retired union members, including teamsters, steelworkers, plumbers, police patrolmen and firefighters.
    
Trump noted that he's often best known for immigration, but he's also focused on jobs and the economy.
    
"We're going to stop companies from leaving," Trump vowed. He said it's going to be "so easy."