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TAMPA FLORIDA

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11/05/2016

CHANGE AND NEW LEADERSHIP

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BY BREITBART

During his appearance at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa on Saturday, he made overtures about winning the Sunshine State, defeating terrorism, criticizing the media. "I’m asking for your vote so we can repeal and replace Obamacare and save healthcare for every family in Florida." Trump said. "Real change means restoring honesty to our government." Trump said. "My Contract With The American Voter begins with a plan to end government corruption – and to take back our country from the special interests." Trump said. "I want the entire corrupt Washington establishment to hear the words we are all about to say. When we win on November 8th, We Are Going To DRAIN THE SWAMP." Trump said. "At the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. A Trump Administration will stop the jobs from leaving America, and we will stop the jobs from leaving Florida. The theft of American prosperity will end." Trump said. "If a company wants to fire their workers, leave Florida, move to another country, and then ship their products back into the United States, we will make them pay a 35% tax. On NAFTA Trump said "A Trump Administration will renegotiate NAFTA and, if we don’t get the deal we want, we will terminate NAFTA and get a much better deal for our workers. We will also immediately stop the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership." Trump said he will lower taxes. "As part of our plan to bring back jobs, we are going to lower taxes on American business from 35 percent to 15 percent. We will massively cut taxes for the middle class." On global warming Trump said. "We will also cancel billions in global warming payments to the United Nations, and use that money to invest in America. That includes repairing Florida’s Herbert Hoover Dike and the Florida Aquifer, and protecting the Everglades. In closing Trump said. "We will also rebuild our inner cities. We will become a rich nation once again."

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Hershey Pennsylvania

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11/04/2016

Hershey Pennsylvania

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If Donald Trump wins Pennsylvania, it will be because of crowds like this. The Republican presidential nominee isn't supported by the party establishment, but he has wooed blue-collar and middle class crowds looking for a hero. They believe Trump is the guy who can change their lives. On Friday night in Hershey, he wouldn't tip his hand to the enemy and say how he will defeat ISIS, but his supporters believe him when he says he can. They cheer for "the wall" and chant together about locking up Democrat Hillary Clinton. "We're doing great all over the state," Trump said. "I really believe we'll do well in Philadelphia because that's where I went to school." Trump was referring to his time at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business. "We are living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world," Trump said. In many ways, the speech Friday night in Hershey was a playlist of Trump's greatest hits. To loud applause, he slammed Clinton's initial support of the North American Free Trade Agreement, and he lamented the higher premiums Pennsylvanians will have to pay because of Obamacare. Some of the loudest cheers came when Trump brought up the FBI's renewed inquiry into Clinton's use of a private server while secretary of state. "Now she's got bigger problems," Trump said. "If she were to win, it would create a constitutional crisis that would drag on for years and years."

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Wilmington, Ohio

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11/04/2016

Wilmington, Ohio

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Donald Trump wowed the crowd as he stepped off his private plane in front of an airport hangar where hundreds waited inside. "In four days we are going to win the great state of Ohio and win the White House," he said. Trump said his poll numbers are "rocketing" upwards and that only he can put an end to ISIS. "She has zero chance of getting rid of ISIS. I have 100 percent chance," he said. Trump's speech focused mostly on why Hillary Clinton should not be president. "If she ever got into the oval office Hillary and her corrupt friends would rob this country blind. If I get into the oval office my contract with American voters begins with an end of government corruption," he said. Trump told the crowd the Clinton email investigation is just the tip of the iceberg but did not provide any more details. He said she should not be able to run for President because of the investigation. Supporters say they see Ohio, and the nation, voting for Trump.

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Atkinson, New Hampshire

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10/04/2016

Atkinson, New Hampshire

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump kicked off his final push for the presidency on Friday in New Hampshire, where a packed audience of about 1,000 gathered to hear their candidate at the Atkinson Country Club. Trump cited a new CBS News story revealing that some of the State Department emails, among the 650,000 found by the FBI on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, were not previously seen by authorities. “She said she gave ’em all in, right?” he asked, rhetorically. Given the new discoveries, he added, she had probably committed “perjury.” And America, he said, was tired of Clinton crises. “All she had to do was follow the rules… And for what? … She’ll be under investigation for years, she’ll be with trials .. If she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis.” Trump spoke about the upcoming “massive double-digit premium spike” in Obamacare, He also cited Friday’s October unemployment report, noting that 425,000 people had left the labor force. He recalled his victory in the primary. The newspapers, he said, had written: “It looks like trump could lose New Hampshire.” He won in a “landslide,” he recalled. Trump then spoke about heroin and drug addiction, speaking of the impact the stories of New Hampshire residents had on him. Trump went on to pledge to protect New Hampshire’s environment. And he hit the anti-terror theme he has repeated throughout the campaign: “We’re going to keep radical Islamic terrorist’s the hell out of our country.”

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Concord, North Carolina

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11/03/2016

Concord, North Carolina

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BY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

Donald Trump ripped Democrat Hillary Clinton Thursday, accusing her of “far-reaching criminal conduct” and saying her election would “create an unprecedented constitutional crisis.” Trump made his remarks at an afternoon rally at the Cabarrus Arena and Events Center. He was scheduled to hold an evening event in Johnston County. Trump cited FBI investigations into Clinton’s emails as well as new reports about a probe into the Clinton Foundation. Trump described it as Clinton’s “far-reaching criminal conduct” and “equally far-reaching coverup.” He said. “She got away with murder, honestly,” he said. “She has no right to be running, you know that. But … if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis that would cripple the operations of our government.” Trump said. “At the core of my contract is my plan to bring back your jobs that have been taken away,” Trump said to raucous cheers. “North Carolina has lost nearly half of its manufacturing jobs since NAFTA, a deal signed by Bill Clinton and supported by Hillary.” Trump said. “We’re living through the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world,” Trump said. “Nobody has ever lost jobs like we have.”

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Jacksonville Florida

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11/03/2016

Jacksonville Florida

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Donald Trump kicked off a marathon day of campaigning with a speech to over 4,000 supporters at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center on Thursday. Trump’s major themes in the address included Obamacare, job creation and military spending. He touched on the latest news about the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, noting that an indictment had been reported likely in the inquiry into the Clinton Foundation. He expanded on his recent remarks criticizing Hillary Clinton for cheating during the presidential debates by accepting leaked questions from former CNN contributor, and current Democratic National Committee chair, Donna Brazile. He added that Sen. Bernie Sanders had been the main victim of the cheating, and wondered why Sanders had not yet given up on Hillary Clinton. Though the crowd in Jacksonville were an eclectic mix. “Gays for Trump” signs have been popping up at Trump rallies elsewhere in the Sunshine State. One supporter waved a homemade sign at Trump’s rally in Orlando on Wednesday.

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Pensacola, Florida

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11/02/2016

Pensacola, Florida

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BY PNJ

Donald Trump reminded himself to stay on message. "We're going to be nice and cool, nice and cool, stay on point, Donald, stay on point," The Republican nominee said. "No sidetracks Donald, nice and easy." Trump said he had been watching Crooked Hillary over the past few days and said she has become "unhinged," adding "we don't want any of that."  Donald Trump urged thousands of Pensacola supporters Wednesday night to help him carry the crucial swing state of Florida. “In six days, we are going to win the state of Florida and we are going to win the White House,” Trump said to massive applause from the crowd gathered at the Maritime Park Hunter Amphitheater. “Hillary wants to blame everyone else for her mounting legal troubles but she has no one to blame but herself. She set up the illegal email server to hide her criminal activity,” Trump said to chants of “lock her up,” from the crowd of more than 5,000. “I love this area,” Trump said. “My support here is through the roof.” Trump also paid tribute to the Pensacola-based Blue Angels flight demonstration team. “We will ensure the Blue Angels continue to inspire. I love those guys, I love the Blue Angels,” he said to extended applause from the crowd. In another local reference, Trump said he would make sure the aging Pensacola Bay Bridge between Pensacola and Gulf Breeze is replaced. The event ended with a firework show.

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Orlando, Florida

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11/02/2016

Orlando, Florida

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BY ORLANDO SENTINEL

A confident Donald Trump told thousands of supporters in Orlando on Wednesday they were “just six days away from the change you’ve been waiting for your entire life.” Trump said. “We will win the White House,’’ Trump said at a rally at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. “That will happen. … But you’ve got to vote, you’ve got to get out there. We don’t want to blow it.” With an energetic crowd chanting “lock her up,’’ Trump repeated his claim that Clinton “shouldn’t be allowed to run” because of the investigation into her emails. If she is elected, it could create an unprecedented constitutional crisis,” he said. In one of his more brief rally speeches at less than a half hour, Trump attacked Obamacare, the NAFTA trade deal and pledged again to build a “great” wall. He also promised to bring home jobs that have been shipped across the border. “It’s a one-way highway right to Mexico and other countries, and we’re going to stop it,” Trump said. “From now on, it’ll be America first.”

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Miami Florida

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11/02/2016

Miami Florida

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BY SUN SENTINAEL

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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EAU CLAIRE Wisconsin

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11/01/2016

EAU CLAIRE

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Trump appeared with an all-star troupe of backers Tuesday at UW-Eau Claire’s Zorn Arena. University Police estimated 3,000 people were inside to hear Trump's speech, with another 1,500-2,000 outside. “Great people. Great state,” Trump said, as he prepared to start his address. Trump also chimed in on one of the latest releases from Wikileaks, accusing interim Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile of providing primary debate questions to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. “If that happened to me, it would be a double electric chair,” he said. Trump opened his address by proclaiming "Real change that begins immediately repealing and replacing Obamacare - a total disaster. Total disaster." He then pointed to a person in the crowd wearing a shirt which said "Minnesota cancer patient for Trump" and remarked: "You're going to get better, OK? You're going to get better fast. You look beautiful." The GOP candidate's speech also included comments about trade and the economy. "A Trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving America and we will stop the jobs from leaving Wisconsin," he said. "We'll work with your governor who's a great, great governor and we're going to stop it. "The theft - and that's what it is - of American prosperity will come to a very rapid end. From now on, it's going to be America first."

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