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Columbus Ohio

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10/17/2016

Columbus Ohio

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BY CINCINNATI

"It's not like this is a fair fight," said Pence. "I have to turn the television on every morning with a stick." The Republican vice presidential candidate said the national media is doing most of Clinton's work for her. But he urged the hundreds gathered in Mason to have faith in the "goodness of the American people." Then he asked those in attendance to do everything they could on Nov. 8 to ensure voter fraud is not tolerated. "The right to vote is the bedrock of democracy," he said. "Do all you can to respectfully participate in the process." Pence said the media is trying to rig the election for Clinton. But he tip-toed around whether he actually thought voting itself is being rigged, as Trump has repeatedly said recently.

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the Hindu community

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10/15/2016

the Hindu community

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BY NJ

Donald J. Trump attended a charity event Saturday hosted by members of the Hindu community in Edison, where he praised India for helping to combat terrorism. "We can't have prosperity without security, and that is why we appreciate the great friend India has been to the United States in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism," Trump said Saturday night while headlining a charity event held at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center. Attendees poured into the Convention Center and listened to musical performances as they awaited the arrival of Trump, who was coming from an event in Maine, earlier in the day. The event featured terrorism survivors and Indian and Bollywood performers. "The Indian and Hindu community will have a true friend in the White House, that I can guarantee," Trump said. "I have great confidence in India. Incredible people, incredible country. Generations of Indian and Hindu Americans have strengthened our country ... your values, your hand work; education and enterprise have truly enriched our nation and we will be celebrating a Trump administration together."

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Bangor, Maine

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10/15/2016

Bangor, Maine

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BY WCSH

Thousands gathered at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor Saturday to hear Donald Trump talk about the current state of the economy, healthcare system, and immigration. Trump appealed to his supporters in Maine by heavily criticizing the sitting president. “Radical Islamic terrorism … Obama refuses to use that term,” the GOP presidential nominee said. "Unless you’re going to define a problem, you’re never going to solve it.” Thousands of fans cheered as Trump accused Obama of overstepping his boundaries when declaring a national monument in Maine. Trump supporters fear if Hillary Clinton is elected, there will be four more years of Obama-like policies.

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Greensboro, North Carolina

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10/14/2016

Greensboro, North Carolina

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BY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

Speaking in Greensboro, a defiant Donald Trump Friday ridiculed allegations of sexual assault as “lies and smears” and mocked the looks of some of his accusers, and even of Hillary Clinton. “It’s a phony deal, I have no idea who these women are,” he said. “When you look at that horrible woman (on TV) last night, I don’t think so.” Referring to a woman who said he groped her on an airplane, he said, “Believe me, she would not be my first choice.” And he rejected the claim by a People magazine writer who said during a 2005 interview session at Trump’s Florida estate, he pushed her against a wall and kissed her. “Why didn’t she put it in the story?” he said. “She’s a liar. Check out her Facebook page and you’ll understand.” Trump’s North Carolina appearances come in one of the rockiest weeks yet in his presidential campaign.

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Charlotte, North Carolina

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10/14/2016

Charlotte, North Carolina

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BY CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

A defiant Donald Trump marched a group of pink-clad “Women for Trump” to the stage of the Charlotte Convention Center Friday night, his response to the litany of sexual harassment allegations leveled at the Republican nominee. “I am a victim of one of the great political smear campaigns in the history of our country,” Trump told more than 5,000 supporters. “The political establishment is trying to stop us because they know we are going to stop the corruption in government. No one is more corrupt than crooked Hillary.” Supporters erupted in boos when warmup speakers mentioned the media and “weak-kneed Republicans” who have abandoned the GOP nominee. And at the mention of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, they broke into chants of “Lock her up! Lock her up!”

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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10/13/2016

Cincinnati, Ohio

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BY WLWT

Under fire from new sexual assault allegations, brought his campaign into U.S. Bank Arena Thursday night, delivering a full-throated defense of his plan to “take back our country.” It was a rally at fever’s pitch and high volume as people packed the arena in support of Trump. Trump pegged the turnout at 21,000. The arena’s capacity is just over 17,500, but hundreds packed the floor of U.S. Bank Arena. The cheers were deafening as Trump arrived, his campaign under siege, but his attack mode at full throttle. “In 26 days, we are going to defeat the corrupt establishment and we are going to save the United States of America,” he declared to boisterous cheers.  The Cincinnati crowd Thursday night, there were thousands of females and more young people it seemed than at prior rallies. 

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West Palm Beach, Florida

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10/13/2016

West Palm Beach, Florida

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BY WPTV

Donald Trump went on the attack before thousands of supporters at the South Florida Expo Center. Trump is denying allegations of sexual assault and calls them "coordinated, vicious attack" from the media and Hillary Clinton campaign. Trump said Thursday at a rally in Florida that he has evidence to disprove allegations of sexual assault and will release it at the "appropriate time." Several women have come forward in a series of reports claiming that Trump groped or kissed them without their consent and made unwanted advances. Trump said the claims "are totally and absolutely false." He called them "pure fiction and outright lies." The Republican nominee said "the political establishment"' is trying to stop us and said that "for the media, nothing is out of bounds." He said, "The Clintons are criminals." Trump supporters, meanwhile, dismiss the latest allegations he faces, saying they have far bigger concerns. Joe Murratti concluded, "We've been promised  I don't know how many times change, change, change. This is the only man at this point in our history that will be able to truly bring that about."

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Ocala Florida

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10/12/2016

Ocala Florida

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BY ORLANDO SENTINEL

Making good on his vow to escalate his attacks, Donald Trump told cheering supporters on Wednesday the election of rival Hillary Clinton “would lead to the total destruction of the country as we know it.” More than 10,000 people packed the Southeastern Livestock Pavilion in Ocala, about 60 miles north of Orlando, to hear this remarks. Trump spent much of his more than hourlong speech talking about leaks of Clinton speech transcripts and campaign emails, saying they “show how unattractive and dishonest our country has become.” Trump called several times for Clinton to be prosecuted for what he called her crimes stemming from the State Department email scandal, adding that he also wanted the Justice Department and FBI investigated and Clinton’s attorneys prosecuted. “She shouldn’t even be allowed to run for president,” Trump said.

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Lakeland Florida

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10/12/2016

Lakeland Florida

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BY FLORIDA TODAY

“They’re going to hear you say that it’s time to put America first once more,” Thousands of Trump backers streamed onto a Lakeland Linder Regional Airport tarmac to watch him speak from a podium outside a Sheltair hangar. Trump flew to Lakeland after wrapping up a morning rally in Ocala. His roughly 50-minute speech was punctuated by repeated crowd chants of “Trump!” “USA!” “Lock Her Up!” “CNN Sucks!” and other slogans. Pink “Women for Trump” signs dotted the audience. Calling Florida his second home, Trump vowed to take care of Florida farmers and maintain peace through strength by rebuilding America’s “depleted” military. If elected, Trump promised to renegotiate “the disaster known as NAFTA.” Trump said. “You know what we get? We get the drugs and the unemployment. Mexico gets the jobs, the factories, the money, the income,” Trump said. “We get the drugs, they get the cash,”.

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Panama City, Florida

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10/11/2016

Panama City, Florida

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BY TAMPA BAY

Donald Trump took the stage Tuesday evening to thunderous applause. "It's great to be in Florida," Trump said. "There is no place like being at a Trump rally." Speaking to the crowd after former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Trump told supporters, "In 28 days we are going to win Florida and we are going to win back the White House." There was a crowd of 11,200 at the Pier Park Amphitheater and there were more than 10,000 people waiting outside. Trump specifically expressed his displeasure with how he has been treated by the Washington Post and the New York Times. Despite his issues with the media, Trump still expressed confidence that he would win the presidency. "I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created, believe me," Trump said. "The years of all-talk, no-action politicians like her will end." Trump said. "The polls are pretty even in Florida," he told supporters. "Don't let me down."

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