Trump was referring to a 13-page memo allegedly from Band released by Wikileaks, in which Band described how, while running his consulting firm Teneo, he pushed his clients to donate to the Clinton Foundation and to contribute to Bill Clinton's personal income. Band referred to his efforts to secure money for the Foundation and the former president as "Bill Clinton Inc." Band wrote the memo while the Clinton Foundation had lawyers reviewing its practices and after Chelsea Clinton expressed concern about Band's role running Teneo.
During the Ohio rally, Trump called Hillary Clinton "the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency" to cheers from the crowd.
He then told the crowd that he plans to "end corruption" in Washington.
"If we win on November 8th —" Trump began before the crowd corrected him.
"Okay, when we win on November 8th —" Trump then said before digressing to his performance in the polls.
He finally finished his point about corruption, saying, "When we win, we are going to Washington, D.C., and we are going to drain the swamp."