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Springfield, Ohio

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10/27/2016

Springfield, Ohio

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump told a rally of thousands of supporters inside at the Champion Center Expo that he would win Ohio, and save America from Obamacare’s sharp increases in health insurance premiums. “Real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing Obamacare. It’s just been announced that Americans are going to experience another massive double-digit hike in Obamacare — you see that? — including premiums like, in the great state of Arizona, where they’re going to go up at 116%. “Don’t worry, you’ll be there very soon — unless I win, in which case you not going to have to worry about it,” he said, as the crowd roared its approval. “Repealing Obamacare is one of the single most important reasons we must win on November 8,” he added, to more cheers. Trump also reiterated many familiar themes from earlier stump speeches, including his attacks on the North American Free Trade Agreement, his criticism of the Clintons’ corruption, and his pledge to build a wall along the border with Mexico. He had a message for Mexico’s drug cartels, he said: when he is elected, “your long reign of crime, and terror, and horror, will come to a very beautiful, and crashing, end.”

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Kinston, North Carolina

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10/26/2016

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BY WNCT

“Please welcome the next President of the United States, Donald J. Trump,” boomed from the loudspeaker in what was a rock star like welcome for Trump at the Kinston Regional Jetport. The Republican Presidential candidate walked off of his 757 and straight to the stage to address an estimated crowd of 3,100 supporters. “This is a great, great state. And we’re going to make it even better. We’re bringing back your jobs,” said Mr. Trump. Much of Trump’s speech focused on the Affordable Care act, also know as “Obamacare.” Mr. Trump told the crow expected premium hikes will hurt North Carolinians.  Trump added, “And this year they’re going to go up at a record number. It is catastrophic. More that 250,000 people in North Carolina are losing their health plans next year. 95 of the state’s 100 counties will only have one insurance company to buy from. Good luck with that negotiation, folks.” As he has throughout his campaign, Trump touched on immigration. He says during his Presidency, he’ll suspend immigration from “terror-prone” regions from around the world. Towards the end of the speech, Trump’s focus turned to his Democratic counterpart, Hillary Clinton. “Everything Hillary Rodham Clinton touches she kind of screws up. Oh that’s wonderful, that makes us feel good, right? To all Americans I say, it is time for new leadership. Let’s get the Clinton’s out of our lives,” Trump said to loud cheers from the crowd.

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Tallahassee Florida

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10/25/2016

Tallahassee Florida

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BY TALLAHASSEE

Donald Trump took his insurgent campaign for president behind enemy lines — in the Democratic stronghold of Tallahassee — as part of a late-campaign push for Florida. Trump, speaking Tuesday before a crowd of thousands at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum, didn’t veer far from his usual stump speech or applause lines. He promised to create millions of jobs, fix America’s trade deals and build a wall along the Mexican border. "If we don't win, it will be a great waste, seriously, of time, energy and money," he said. "So on Nov. 8, we have to win. It's one of the great movements of all time. Let's close it out. Let's knock out Hillary Clinton. She is as crooked as a three-dollar bill." The audience cheered him on, chanting "Lock her up" when he talked about her private email server and her plans to "double down" on Obamacare. The GOP nominee’s hopes of winning the White House likely hinge on winning Florida, the nation’s biggest battleground state.

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Tampa Florida

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10/24/2016

Tampa Florida

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BY WFLA

Donald Trump made a push in Tampa Monday night. For nearly an hour Trump brought more than 10,000 people to their feet at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Supporters couldn’t get enough. “It’s great to be back here in Tampa,” Trump told the crowd right after hugging an American flag. “Seventy-five percent of the American people think our country is on the wrong track, according to all of the latest polls, and we are going to fix it.” He said fixing it involves replacing or repealing the Affordable Care Act. Trump later talked about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, including the WikiLeaks releases. He also said he would renegotiate NAFTA or create an entirely new deal to keep jobs here in America. “If we win on November 8, we are going to Washington, DC. and we are going to drain the swamp,” Trump said to a thunderous applause.

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St. Augustine, Florida

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10/24/2016

St. Augustine, Florida

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BY ST AUGUSTINE

At a speech at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Monday, presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized the country’s current leadership and and touted his plan for the first 100 days in office. Trump shared a slew of initiatives he plans to support, including tax relief for the middle class — which he called a “forgotten” class — and major investment in the nation’s infrastructure. His plans also include appointing Supreme Court justices “in the mold of [Antonin] Scalia” and “getting rid of, immediately, Obamacare, which is a disaster,” he said. The crowd chanted “USA” after Trump said, “I love this country.” He also urged the crowd in St. Augustine, where early voting has opened, to cast their ballots. During his speech, he told people that change would have to come on Nov. 8, or it might not come at all. “You have to leave here and vote,” he said. “When we win, your voice will boom through the halls of Washington, and will be heard all across the world,”

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Virginia Beach, Virginia

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10/22/2016

Virginia Beach, Virginia

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BY WAVY

Donald Trump spoke at Regent University this afternoon. “We are going to win the great Commonwealth of Virginia and we are going to win back the white house,” said Trump as he began his speech in front of an energized crowd. At Saturday’s event, Trump spoke about lowering taxes, creating jobs, ending Obamacare and keeping companies in Virginia. Trump shared his message loud and clear. “This will be the beginning. This is a movement like has never been seen before. You’re going to look back at the election, remember November 8th because your country is going to be a country that starts winning again,” Trump also laid out his plan for his first 100-days in office, including ideas he says would cleanup corruption in Washington, protect American workers, and help restore security. "When it comes to the military, I believe in three very important words: peace through strength,"

 

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Cleveland Ohio

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10/22/2016

Cleveland Ohio

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BY BREITBART

Bounding on stage before a massive audience of 30,000 supporters in Cleveland, Ohio, GOP nominee Donald Trump promises that he will reverse the damage that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have done to the nation. “We are going to win the great state of Ohio,” Trump said. “We have something so special, I don’t think there’s a chance they can take it away from us. We’re going to win! We’re going to win!” Trump said “In seventeen days, everything is going to change.” Trump noted that thousands and thousands of jobs were lost in Cleveland and that once he takes the White House he will end government corruption and put a halt to “the powerful protecting the powerful.” Trump said. "In seventeen days we are going to drain the swamp in Washington D.C.” With that proclamation, the crowd went wild shouting “Trump, Trump, Trump.” Trump went on to say that he is going to “put those miners back to work” and revive the coal industry. Trump hit many themes, including the corruption of Bill and Hillary Clinton, her plan to raise taxes on the middle class, and Hillary’s email scandals.

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Newtown, Pennsylvania

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10/21/2016

Newtown, Pennsylvania

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BY TRIBDEM

Donald Trump was greeted by a deafening roar of applause and chants of “Trump! Trump! Trump!" as he took the stage Friday for a campaign rally in Johnstown. Cambria County War Memorial Arena was packed almost to capacity with the Republican presidential nominee’s supporters, many waving pink signs reading ”Women for Trump” or wearing the red “Make America Great Again” caps that have become a trademark of the Republican nominee’s campaign. At times, Trump could barely make it through a single sentence before the crowd drowned him out with a loud cheer or a chant. Nevertheless, Trump delivered his speech uninterrupted by any hecklers. Nearly every time Trump mentioned his opponent – usually accompanied by an allegation of dishonesty, corruption or criminal activity – the crowd responded with a loud boo and a chant of “Lock her up!" Perhaps the loudest roar of the night came when Trump delivered the line that summed up the message of his entire campaign: "Your government betrayed you, and I am going to make it right."

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Colorado Springs Colorado

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10/18/2016

Colorado Spings Colorado

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BY Colorado Springs Gazette

Donald Trump promised a package of government ethics reforms if he's elected president, including term limits and a ban on lobbying by former members of Congress. "We're going to end the government corruption and we're going to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C.," the Republican nominee said to a rally of thousands at the Norris Penrose equestrian center. He also vowed to unify the country "Imagine what we could accomplish if we were one country under one God," Trump said. Trump rattled off his well-worn campaign promises - to end illegal immigration, build a border wall that Mexico pays for, "end regulations," rebuild the military, renegotiate trade deals, take care of veterans, end the Affordable Care Act, create 25 million jobs in 10 years and cut taxes "big league." He said his economic plan could be summed up in three words: "Jobs, jobs, jobs."

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Grand Junction, Colorado

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10/18/2016

Grand Junction, Colorado

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BY Grand Junction Media

Arriving at a West Star Aviation hangar at Grand Junction Regional Airport to the theme song of the Harrison Ford movie, “Air Force One,” Donald Trump gave supporters plenty of red meat to chew on Tuesday while also proposing a package of ethics reforms he claimed would clean up corruption in the nation’s capital. The Republican nominee for the White House spent much of his roughly 50-minute address to thousands of backers repeating verbal attacks he’s launched at other campaign stops against Crooked Hillary and the media. “Almost as corrupt as crooked Hillary is the media right back there,” Trump said, pointing to the television cameras at the back of the hangar. “(The polls) say we’re tied. I don’t think we’re tied. One says we’re two up, one says we’re four up, one says we were six or seven down. That was the one that they show on television. They don’t show the other ones. These people ...” At one point, he accused the media of possibly being more dishonest than Clinton.

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