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"Trade will be fair and reciprocal and products will be sold all around the world like we used to do when we were, you know, smart,"
He promised tax reductions, child care, and the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
"Do we love
"That's why on my first day in office I will immediately suspend the admission of Syrian refugees," he said to cheers from the crowd.
"As I travel the country, the crowds get bigger and the enthusiasm grows," he said.
The billionaire businessman's plane landed at
Trump has left the theater.
Now "You Can't Always Get what you Want" is playing, as Trump continues speaking with rally attendees.
Trump meets with those in attendance. A mob of people are gathering to get Trump to sign signs.
Trump builds to his final line, "We will make America great again." "I'm Proud to be an American" plays as Trump leaves the stage.
Trump thanks the crowd a few times away from the podium. He's lingering on stage, and walks off toward the crowd.
Trump calls on farmers in the crowd at the Stranahan to stand and be recognized, promising to "protect the farmers" without whom we don't eat.
"American farmers. Do we love the farmers! It's true, the farmers have been so underappreciated. They are truly great. Amazing."
Trump asks if there are any miners in the crowd, but he doesn't get any response. Shifts to farmers, and gets cheers. He invites them to stand and give themselves a hand. "We're going to protect the farmer...We won't eat without the farmer."
Trump gets a very loud cheer for saying he will save the second amendment, louder than claiming to put the American worker first and eliminating
Trump is repeating
Trump said he loves
"You have 47 days to change the world, at least the world as we know it," Trump said. He asks if there are any dreamers in the room, guessing that is not referring to the immigration status.
Trump said Clinton is the last defender of the status quo.
Trump makes his case to black voters, saying he will "fix the inner cities," improve schools, create jobs and address crime in bad neighborhoods. He repeated his catch phrase, "What do you have to lose?"
"Nothing will change if you vote for [Clinton]," Trump said. Voting for him will make you happy, he said.
Trump directly asks the
"We're going to fix those inner cities, and we're going to make them terrific," Trump said. He said his plan for this includes school choice.
Trump called upstate
Trump starts citing
"There's no better anti-poverty program in the world than really good jobs," Trump said.
Trump talks about the resilience of flooded towns in
"I'm not a politician, thankfully," Trump said, to a cheering crowd.
Trump wants to unlock potential for underfunded schools, neglected neighborhoods, he said.
Trump says politicians go to inner cities looking for votes, he wants solutions. He said polls show
Trump blasts trade liberalization, saying
"It will be a new dawn for the American worker," Trump said, if he is elected President.
Trump recaps, talking about an immigration system that makes sense and the tax cuts he wants to implement.
"It's a one way road out," Trump said of manufacturing jobs to
Trump turns to manufacturing jobs, threatens to leave
Trump blasts Clinton and her supporters as a group of elites who benefit from globalization that hurts working-class Americans.
"I am not running to be president of the world, I am running to be president of
"I am not running to be president of the world, I'm running to be President of
Boos from the crowd when Trump references Clinton's "basket of deplorables" comment.
Trump said Clinton is out-advertising him 50-1, but claims he is still winning.
Trump brings Pence back out, said picking him, "a winner" was one of his best decisions. Pence then leaves the stage without saying anything more.
Trump promises to reject all Syrian refugees, saying they're related to terrorist attacks on
"These attacks like so many others were made possible because of our extremely open immigration policies."
"My first day in office, I will immediately suspend the admission of Syrian refugees," Trump said. Big cheers on this, boos when he mentions
He shifted now to security, huge cheers when he mentioned defeating "radical Islamic terrorism."
"Lock her up" chant has started, and Trump stops to let the crowd go.
Trump said he will request a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, which gets loud cheers from the crowd.
Trump wants to replace Obamacare with healthcare savings accounts, going across state lines to shop for insurance, and block grant
Trump said many foreign trade partners are cheating. "Products will be made in America, and sold all around the world, like we used to do it, when we were smart."
Trump is pitching his 15 percent tax rate for all businesses, which he said will make America a magnet for business.
Trump is going through recent polls that have him up now. "On
"There's so much love in the rooms," Trump said of his rallies, and that the "
He said his economic agenda can be summed up in three words: "Jobs, jobs, jobs." He said he will order every executive order and regulation reviewed on his first day in office.
"God Bless the
"I don't dress as well as politicians," Knight said. He's wearing a red, white and blue short-sleeved button-down shirt, which he encourages everyone to buy.
Knight gets a loud cheer when he says Trump is the best in the world in fixing mistakes, and whoever the next president is will inherit "a hell of a lot of problems."
Trump will inherit largest-ever national debt and immigration problems, Knight said. "If we vote for
"For the sake of our security, for the sake of our prosperity, for the sake of our supreme court and our constitution...we ask you to decide to not relent until we make
"We come here not to tell you what to do, but to show you what we can do working together," promoter
King said he is filling the role of John the Baptist, speaking for the man who is coming after him. He starts to introduce
"When you're dealing in an atmosphere of hypocrisy, the truth is a revolution," promoter
King said Trump has the "intestinal fortitude" to tell it like it is. He called Trump, 70, a young man.
Before the rally
"I'm definitely never Hillary," she said of Democratic nominee
Many in the crowd wore patriotic clothing -- including
Nearby, twin brothers
He wants a stronger military, a more fiscally conservative government, and tighter immigration rules. Those are among the top reasons he's backing
"I hope he gets in there. I can't believe this younger generation -- all of them are for Hillary," he said.
held banners and signs, and --for a few brief moments-- some got into a verbal scuffle with a
Protesters held signs that read "No
The sidewalk sign holders included
presidential election. Instead, she's leaning toward
"Right now, I just feel lost in this," she said, adding that many young people in her generation also feel like they don't have a representative among the two major nominees.
But she can't support
His 6-year-old granddaughter was born with a genetic problem, he said, and
"It's about him and his giant ego,"
Some cars passing him gave honks of approval, but he said he also got several middle fingers.
Other protesters trickled in, led by
"He's unfit. He's unpresidential," he said.
The next president needs to empower women, not disrespect them, and needs to engage the black community, he said.
"We're definitely anti-Trump," he said, adding that while he does plan to vote for
"If he doesn't win
Vendors selling Trump buttons, shirts, hats, and stickers are set up outside the venue.
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