Miami Florida

Miami Florida
Miami Florida



Published on Nov 2, 2016
Bayfront Park Amphitheater was filled nearly to capacity for the outdoor rally under the midday sun, during which Trump delivered most of his trademark lines, repeatedly warning of a “rigged system,” complaining about media coverage he doesn’t like, and warning of the perils of electing “Crooked Hillary.” “In six days we are going to win the great state of Florida and we are going to win back the White House — 100 percent,” he said. “The polls are all saying we’re going to win Florida. Don’t believe it. Don’t believe it. ... Pretend we’re slightly behind,” he said. “This is a movement like we have never seen in this country before. These crowds. The enthusiasm. The love. You’ve got to get out and vote.” Throughout his 40-minute speech at the 2,600-seat amphitheater, Trump returned often to one of his favorite themes. “The system is rigged. Remember that. Right now. We are going to change it,” he said. He didn’t offer precise details, interspersing his rigged comments with complaints about Clinton and the state of the nation. “She’s the candidate of yesterday. We are the movement. Is that right? We are the movement of the future. Our movement represents all Americans from all backgrounds and all walks of life,” he said. “We are going in the wrong direction. And if we keep going in this direction, we won’t have a country any longer.”

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