GREENFIELD, Wis. -- Former President Bill Clinton has sidestepped any comments about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's latest campaign controversy and the release of a 2005 video that captures Trump making lewd remarks about women.
   During an appearance at a union hall in suburban Milwaukee Saturday, Clinton promoted his wife Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, saying she was the only candidate who has a comprehensive plan to help those who are "left out and left behind."
   Clinton talked about immigration and his wife's plan for a path to citizenship for millions of people in America who don't have legal status. In the only reference to Trump, Clinton said he's heard "a lot of people put down" during the campaign and that Hillary Clinton would bring people together to move forward because "that's what America's supposed to be."