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Warren Michigan

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10/31/2016

Warren Michigan

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BY BREITBART

In front of large hand-painted “VOTE TRUMP and “AMERICA FIRST” signs, Trump vowed to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, which he noted had led to double-digit premium increases in health insurance premiums in the state. As he does at every rally, Trump ripped the media. Trump also promised to bring automotive plants back to Michigan. “I’m gonna bring your jobs back, folks.” Trump said. “It used to be the cars were made in Flint and you couldn’t drink the water in Mexico … Now the cars are made in Mexico and you can’t drink the water in Flint!” he joked. He said that, as president, he would personally call CEOs of companies that move jobs offshore to inform them that they would be charged a 35% tax on imported goods from those facilities. Trump also slammed Hillary Clinton’s negative ads against him. He said he saw a slew of her ads in Florida. “And they were so untrue. “Most of them,” Trump said.

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Albuquerque, New Mexico

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10/31/2016

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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BY KOB4

Before a crowd of thousands at an Atlantic Aviation hangar, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he is tied in the race for New Mexico and believes he will carry the Land of Enchantment. “Traditionally, you understand, Republicans aren’t quite there, right, yet? But this is a Republican who is there,” Trump said. “We’re going to win this state. You’re going to be very happy. I’m going to fight to bring your jobs back, to make your communities safer and secure, and to deliver the honest government America deserves.” Continuing with his campaign pledge to “Make America Great Again,” Trump discussed how health care premiums continue to rise under the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. He told supporters he plans to repeal the act and has several plans to replace it. In a campaign promise he’s stood by since the beginning of the campaign, he said he will build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to curb illegal immigration and crime from flowing into the country. He remained consistent in his statements Mexico will pay for that wall. Nearly every demographic was represented, including a lot of Native Americans who say they stand behind Trump to help their people. David Bearbow Bearshield estimates more than a thousand natives showed up to the rally. Women were also out in full force, waving their pink signs high as Trump spoke.

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Greeley, Colorado

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10/30/2016

Greeley, Colorado

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Donald Trump addressed a crowd of some 3,000 to 4,000 supporters packed into the Bank of Colorado Arena at the University of Northern Colorado on Sunday afternoon — all of whom were skipping the Denver Broncos’ game to attend the rally. (As Trump took the stage, the Broncos led 17-7 in the 3rd quarter.) Trump offered to shorten his remarks so that people in the audience, many of whom were wearing team jerseys, could watch the game. He was met with a resounding “No!” He then speculated that one of the two main reasons for declining NFL ratings this seasons was interest in politics. The other reason, he said, was Colin Kaepernick, the second-string quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers who has protested the Star-Spangled Banner in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. At the mention of Kaepernick’s name, the crowd booed loudly. Trump had emerged onstage holding a rainbow flag, on which the words “LGBTs for Trump” had been written. Trump spent several minutes quoting negative things said about Hillary Clinton by her associates and allies. Trump also promised to bring back mining jobs to Colorado and neighboring Wyoming, and warned that a Clinton administration would ban fracking. He said that mining and oil development could be balanced with environmental quality: “We want work, we want air, and we want safety.”

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Las Vegas Nevada

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10/30/2016

Las Vegas Nevada

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BY KTNV

Donald Trump rallied thousands of supporters in Las Vegas on Sunday morning, pitching the importance of early voting and touching on a number of Nevada-specific proposals. More than 8,400 people filed into the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino for the rally. In a departure from his usual stump speech, the Republican billionaire touched on several Nevada specific issues like funding for Interstate 11. Trump said his infrastructure plan would include funding for the proposed I-11 interstate highway between Las Vegas and Phoenix, and connected his proposal for increased spending on the Air Force would benefit Nellis Air Force base. Trump also zeroed in on news that the FBI was revisiting an investigation into emails related to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State after potentially relevant emails were found on a laptop belonging to disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner. “Hillary has nobody but herself to blame for her mounting legal problems,” he said. “Her criminal action was willful, deliberate, intentional and purposeful.” “We never thought we were going to say thank you to Anthony Weiner,”

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Phoenix Arizona

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10/29/2016

Phoenix Arizona

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BY BREITBART

A packed house at the Phoenix Convention Center welcomed an exuberant and confident Republican nominee Donald Trump to Arizona on Saturday night. “Restoring honesty to our government and the rule of law to our society will be a very high priority of my presidency,” Trump told the cheering crowd. “The silent majority is back,” Trump said. “A Trump administration will immediately repeal and replace Obamacare. “Elect me and we will stop the premium hikes for good; we will stop the madness of Obamacare,” Trump promised. “This will be the year the American  people say enough is enough,” Trump asserted. “My contract with the American voter begins with a pledge to end government corruption,” he said. “When we win on November 8, we are going to Washington, D.C. and we are going to drain the swamp,” the Republican nominee promised. “Drain the Swamp! Drain the Swamp! Drain the Swamp!” the crowd shouted.

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Lisbon, Maine

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10/28/2016

Lisbon, Maine

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BY HERALD

The Republican Nominee applauded the FBI's decision to review more emails. Donald Trump spoke for about a half-hour before a rowdy rain-soaked crowd of about 1,200 people packed inside a small gymnasium in Lisbon. Calling it the “biggest scandal since Watergate.” Other than the opening lines about Clinton’s new email flap, it was mostly a stump speech with some Maine-specific details sprinkled in. The crowd loved it. Trump hit on manufacturing job losses, tying them to the North American Free Trade Agreement that passed when Bill Clinton was president. He talked about the drug crisis and tied that to securing the southern border with Mexico. Supporters cheered loudest when Trump talked about building a wall along the border and tackling immigration. “We’re going to have a lot of people come into our country,” he said. “But they’re going to come legally.” When he talked about bringing jobs back and rebuilding the military, he specifically mentioned nearby Bath Iron Works as a major employer that would benefit. The crowd alternated between cheers for Trump and a visceral hatred toward Clinton. Anytime she was mentioned, the crowd booed loudly and yelled, “Lock her up!”

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Manchester New Hampshire

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10/28/2016

Manchester New Hampshire

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Donald Trump pounced on the news that the FBI is reviewing new information related to Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and expressed hope that the FBI will "right the horrible mistake that they made." Trump kicked off his rally here by announcing the "very critical breaking news announcement" to his capacity crowd of supporters, who erupted in cheers and chants of "Lock her up!" as a stern-faced Trump announced, "They are reopening the case into her criminal and illegal conduct that threatens the security of the United States of America." "Hillary Clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. We must never let her take her criminal scheme into the Oval Office," Trump said, reading from prepared remarks. "I have great respect for the fact that the FBI and the Department of Justice are now willing to have the courage to right the horrible mistake that they made." Trump has repeatedly accused the FBI and DOJ of colluding to cover up Clinton's wrongful use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state. "This was a grave miscarriage of justice that the American people fully understood and it is everybody's hope that it is about to be corrected," Trump said. Minutes later, he added: "It might not be as rigged as I thought." "The FBI, I think they're going to right the ship, folks, I think they're going to right the ship and they're going to save their great reputation by doing so,"

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Cedar Rapid IOWA

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10/28/2016

Cedar Rapid IOWA

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BY KCRG

Donald Trump spoke to a packed crowd at the McGrath Amphitheater in Cedar Rapids Friday night. He began by commending the FBI for announcing it was reviewing newly discovered emails to see if they are relevant to its closed investigation into Clinton's private email server. The messages were discovered during a sexting investigation of Anthony Weiner, the soon-to-be ex-husband of a longtime Hillary Clinton aide, Huma Abedin. Trump says it's the biggest political scandal since Watergate and that he hopes justice is delivered this time. "Hillary Clinton tried to politicize this investigation by attacking and falsely accusing the FBI director of only sending the letter to Republicans. Another Clinton low. As it turns out, the letter was sent to both Republican and Democrat leaders in Congress," Trump also spoke about repealing Obamacare and getting rid of corruption in Washington D.C. He ended his rally with a fireworks show.

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Geneva, Ohio

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10/27/2016

Geneva, Ohio

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On the synthetic turf of an indoor field, a crowd of at least 5,000 enthusiastic supporters chanted “We want Trump,” while awaiting the Republican Presidential candidate. At the Spire Institute, an Olympic and Paralympic training site which hosts military and adaptive training for disabled veterans, Donald Trump touted blue collar workers while revisiting familiar talking points, such as his disdain for Obamacare and condemnation of Hillary Clinton’s role in U.S. trade policy.  “Ohio has lost 1 in 4 manufacturing jobs since NAFTA, a bill signed by Bill Clinton and supported strongly by his lovely wife, Hillary,” Mr. Trump said.  Later in Mr. Trump’s 45 minute speech, he noted that a Trump administration “kills every job-killing regulation,” promising to bring back jobs for steelworkers and coal miners in Appalachia. “We’re losing our good jobs...it’s not even hard to stop it,” he said. Mr. Trump also exhibited a zeal for veterans, citing policy that “reverses the defense cut...and gives veterans the right to see the doctors of their choice.” When Mr. Trump reiterated a poor treatment of veterans by the Federal government, the crowd burst into an applause of approval.

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Toledo Ohio

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10/27/2016

Toledo Ohio

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BY TOLEDO BLADE

Donald Trump touched on ISIS, Russia, building a wall, and jobs leaving for Mexico during a 30-minute speech in Toledo today, which was his third stop of the campaign season. When talking about his desire for a wall between the United States and Mexico, the GOP presidential candidate walked through specific murders committed by undocumented immigrants. "When I win, when when, you understand me," he said before a crowd of 2,850, "your long reign of crime and terror will come to an end." Then he shifted to rebuilding the military, which he said is the smallest it has been since World War II.  Mr. Trump said he will put miners and steelworkers back to work. "We will become a rich nation once again," he said. Then he started talking about money spent in the Middle East, saying it could have been spent "rebuilding America."

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