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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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10/10/2016

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

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BY BREITBART

Nearly 10,000 voters chanted “CNN sucks” during a campaign rally for Donald Trump in Pennsylvania Monday night. “I’m telling you, they are so dishonest. Without the media, Hillary Clinton couldn’t be elected dog catcher,” Trump stated. “CNN is a disgrace.” The Republican nominee then alleged that CNN turned off its camera as he was criticizing the network. “I love WikiLeaks,” Trump proclaimed, while bashing his opponent Hillary Clinton during the campaign rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania with nearly 10,000 people, according to Fox News, at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza. WikiLeaks has been slowly revealing controversial emails from Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta. Trump claimed she is now admitting they could have done something about Benghazi. The crowd booed in reaction and chanted, “Lock her up!” “What a group we have!” Trump responded.

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Ambridge, Pennsylvania

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10/10/2016

Ambridge, Pennsylvania

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BY NEW YORK POST

Trump was greeted by a massive crowd in this classic Rust Belt town. Many stood in line for hours to attend his Columbus Day rally — the Fire Marshall capped the gym at 2,600 inside the gym, outside in the school parking lot several thousands watched on a giant JumboTron. A few dozen protestors stood across the street from school, giving the Nazi Germany salute. “We are going to make Pennsylvania rich again,” Trump said to thunderous applause once he took to the stage after waving a Pittsburgh Steeler “Terrible Towel” to the crowd’s delight. “The EPA is killing you,” he said “I will be turning that around day one when I win in November,” Trump briefly referenced the vulgar video tape that caused his campaign to derail over the weekend, “I was getting beaten up for 72 hours for inappropriate comments, locker room talk, whatever you want to call it” Trump said. “My whole life I have been a fighter and I am going to be a fighter for you,” he said referencing protecting the second amendment, the Supreme Court and good trade deals that drew the biggest applause.

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Sandown, New Hampshire

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10/06/2016

Sandown, New Hampshire

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BY NH1

Donald Trump denied Thursday night that a town hall style event he headlined was a rehearsal for Sunday evening's second presidential debate with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Thursday's event had all the trappings of a warm up session. There was an audience full of questions, a moderator, timing cards, and top advisers watching from the wings. But twice during his 45 minutes spent in a jam packed Sandown Town Hall, Trump denied the event was a rehearsal. "This isn't practice. This has nothing to do with Sunday." Trump said. "I'm here because I love the people of New Hampshire." Trump fired away at Clinton, claiming she's not really preparing for the debate, but "resting. Trump said he wants "to be with the people from New Hampshire," adding without evidence that Clinton "wants to rest."

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Reno Nevada

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10/05/2016

Reno Nevada

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump campaigned in Nevada on Wednesday, where he attempted to appeal to Latino voters, as roughly 28 percent of Nevada’s population is Hispanic. “We’re also going to fix our inner cities and help Latino Americans and African Americans — it’s time,” Trump stated during a campaign rally Wednesday afternoon at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center. “Latino — who’s Latino in this audience?” “Forty-five percent of African American children under the age of six live in total poverty,” Trump continued, addressing minority voters in Reno. “The Democrats like Hillary Clinton have run the inner cities for 50, 60 , 70 — even 100 years uninterrupted. They produced only more joblessness, failing schools, and horrible, horrible crime.” He continued “I’m also going to fight to help millions of Latinos trapped in poverty,” Trump vowed.

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Prescott Valley, Arizona

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10/04/2016

Prescott Valley, Arizona

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BY KPNX

Donald Trump played his greatest hits in Prescott Valley Tuesday. "We are going to build the wall, believe me," he said before the crowd roared. He also sought to defuse what Hillary Clinton has slammed as one of his biggest misses -- his sometimes checkered business past. "What kind of a genius loses a billion dollars in a single year?" Clinton asked earlier in the campaign. Trump stuck to an hour-long speech in the teleprompter and tried to put Clinton on the defensive. "Her donors and contributors have used the same tax laws as I did," He delivered a new attack on Hillary and Bill Clinton after the former president ripped Obamacare as a crazy system. "In the meantime she wants to double down on Obamacare," Trump said. "I'll bet (Bill Clinton) went through hell last night."

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Loveland, Colorado

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10/03/2016

Loveland, Colorado

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BY COLORADOAN

It was an hour of deafening chants, promises of a happier tomorrow and — of course — rips on journalists, both past and present. When Trump said the same media is trying to doom him to failure in 2016, deep boos bellowed from the capacity crowd, some turning to the bullpen and waving arms at reporters typing away on computers or working the television cameras. All told, 8,000 people crammed inside the Budweiser Events Center, while there were about 10,000 people on the grounds in total, center staff confirmed. Later in the afternoon, about 30 protesters ended up holding signs and chanting “We pay taxes” and “Love trumps hate.” Trump supporters shouted back “Build the wall” and “Go get a job.”

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Pueblo, Colorado

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10/03/2016

Pueblo, Colorado

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BY KCPQ

“I’m working for you now — I’m not working for Trump,” he told supporters at a rally in Pueblo Monday.  He said that in business, “it’s my job to minimize the overall tax burden.” Trump said. “I have legally used the tax laws to my benefit … Honestly, I have brilliantly used those laws,” Trump continued. “The conditions facing real estate developers in that early-’90s period were almost as bad as the Great Depression of 1929 and far worse than the Great Recession of 2008 — not even close,” Trump’s comments came under withering attack from Hillary Clinton, who charged Monday that Trump lived a billionaire’s lifestyle while “contributing nothing to our nation.” We now discover none other than Hillary Rodham Clinton utilized a $700,000 "loss" to avoid paying some taxes in 2015. Trump did say, though, that he pays a slew of taxes aside from income. “I face enormous taxes — city, state, sales, excise, employee, federal, VAT, different countries,” Trump said in Pueblo. He said he had a “fiduciary duty” to his business to use tax laws — “or, to put it another way, to pay as little tax as legally possible.”

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Manheim, Pennsylvania

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10/01/2016

Manheim, Pennsylvania

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BY BREITBART

In a lengthy speech on Saturday night in Manheim, Pennsylvania, Republican nominee for president Donald J. Trump lambasted his opponent Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton for a secret tape recording of her bashing supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont—and even called for Clinton to be placed in prison and questioned as to whether she has been loyal to her husband former President Bill Clinton. Also in his speech on Saturday night, Trump summed up exactly what came out in the latest Hillary Clinton tapes in which she mocks Sanders supporters. “Hillary Clinton all but said that most of the country is racist, including the men and women of law enforcement,” Trump said. “She said that the other night. Did anybody like Lester Holt? Did anybody question her when she said that? No, she said it the other night. [If] you’re not a die hard Clinton fan—you’re not a supporter—from Day One, Hillary Clinton thinks you are a defective person. That’s what she’s going around saying.” Trump praised Sanders for being strongly opposed to the TPP

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Novi, Michigan

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09/30/2016

Novi, Michigan

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump campaigned against the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal during a rally in Michigan on Friday, vowing to rebuild Detroit. “I’m going to bring back the jobs that have been stripped away from you and from our country,” Trump told thousands of people packed into the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan. “We’re going to rebuild Detroit.” Trump attacked his rival, Hillary Clinton, for calling the TPP the gold standard and charged that she will pass it because her donors want the deal. The Republican nominee alleged that Clinton praised TPP on 45 separate occasions and alleged that one in three companies, which lobbied for the TPP, donated to the Clinton Foundation “She doesn’t believe in protecting American jobs or American sovereignty,” Trump charged about Clinton, saying she “only believes in protecting her special interests and her donors.” Triump said. “On Nov. 8, we are going to end Clinton corruption. We’ve had enough,” he declared. “We are going to put America first.” Thousands of people waited in the rain for hours to get into Trump’s rally.

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Fort Wayne, Indiana

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09/30/2016

Fort Wayne, Indiana

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BY WANE

About 150 people gathered at the Memorial Coliseum to hear what Pence had to say including those that already have their mind made up and some who are still on the fence. Pence’s visit served two main purposes: getting people to vote for the the Trump-Pence ticket and supporting Todd Young in the race for U.S. Senate and Eric Holcomb in the race to replace Pence for governor. “This is about security, it’s about prosperity,” Pence said. “It’s about having the right leadership here at the state level and at the national level.” On the national level… Pence covered the usual campaign topics: expanding the military, repealing Obamacare, Hillary Clinton’s emails and the media. Pence also talked about his relationship with Trump. “He’s charismatic, bigger than life, interesting. And then there’s you know, me. (laughter). We kind of balance the ticket,” Pence added. “As we got to know each other we found out our styles our different but our aspirations and goals are the same.”

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