"Donald Trump disrespects Filipinos and exposes his own ignorance and racism," said SEIU Vice President Luisa Blue.
Amid reports Republicans may be ceding Virginia to Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, unions are focusing on defeating a right to work referendum.
Democratic nominee says as president she will "stop any trade deal that kills jobs or holds down wages, including the Trans-Pacific Partnership."
"When working people speak with a loud and strong voice, pro-worker candidates win."
A huge number of high school-educated white men don't go to Trump rallies: They're angry, all right - angry at being associated with Trump.
"Working people are an unstoppable force when we stick together," said AFL-CIO President Trumka.
Throughout its 100-year history, the AFT has been at the juncture of key social, economic and civil rights movements.
To nobody's surprise, the Republican Party platform, adopted at its convention in Cleveland, backs a national so-called "right to work" law and slams workers.
"We want people to know the real Cleveland. Just because the Republicans spew hatred here doesn't mean they are speaking for us."
"All working people should be alarmed by Trump. He represents a real danger to our living standards and well-being."