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Council Bluffs, Iowa

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09/28/2016

Council Bluffs, Iowa

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BY KETV

Donald J. Trump appeared in Council Bluffs Wednesday, outlining the major points of his campaign. Trump got the biggest cheers during his 45-minute speech talking about immigration, and building a wall between the United States and Mexico. He got the biggest boos whenever he mentioned Hillary Clinton and Syrian refugees. "Hillary Clinton is an insider, fighting for her donors and her insiders and mostly fighting for herself," Trump said. "I am an outsider fighting for you. We're fighting together." Trump told the crowd his plans included lowering taxes, decreasing regulations, repealing and replacing Obamacare, ending illegal immigration, and keeping terrorists out of the United States. "We are going to create a new government for you and your family, lower taxes by a lot, less regulation, affordable child care, fair trade deals, secure our borders, have thriving family farms, create millions and millions of new jobs. We are going to end the Clinton corruption. Total corruption," Trump said.

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Waukesha, Wisconsin

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09/28/2016

Waukesha, Wisconsin

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BY WISN

Wisconsin took center stage Wednesday in the race for the White House as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a packed house at the Waukesha County Expo Center. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, former Wisconsin Gov. Tommy Thompson and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giulianai warmed up the crowd before Trump took the stage. During the night, Trump reiterated he doesn't think voters should trust Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, noting her email scandal and saying she would put the United States up for sale. Perhaps some of the biggest applause of the night came when Trump said, "I'm not running for president of the world. I am running to be president of the United States." Trump said, "We have the greatest people. We're gonna make our nation better than ever before,' Trump said. "We will have a government of, by and for the people." Trump's Wisconsin camp estimated he spoke to about 3,000 people, but another 4,000 couldn't get in.

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Melbourne, Florida

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09/27/2016

Melbourne, Florida

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BY WOFL

The master of massive rally crowds suggested that even he was a little intimidated by the audience of millions watching the debate Monday. Some political analysts and politicians may not have given him rave reviews from last night's debate against Hillary Clinton, but Donald Trump says his campaign  and the Republican Party raked in around $18 million. Trump told a crowd at an airplane hangar in Melbourne, Florida that the total marks his biggest one-day haul of the campaign. He told supporters that he knew he "was going into a situation where you were going to have one of the largest audiences in the history of television."  He says he "took a deep breath" and "pretended I was talking to my family. It's very interesting. You just block it out."  The showdown was the most-watched presidential debate ever, with 84 million viewers. After the debate talk, he sharpened his attack on Clinton.  "We've seen the worst terror attack in Orlando in the U.S. history against the LGBTQ community," he said, "and they are made possible by our extremely open -- in our country  -- immigration system, that's fostered by a president who doesn't know what the hell he's doing, and by a woman who's virtually incompetent certainly as a Secretary of State."

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Milford New Hampshire

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09/26/2016

Milford New Hampshire

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BY WMUR

Mike Pence spoke to Donald Trump supporters in New Hampshire on Monday, hours before Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton were set to debate. "No more media filters. No more parsing of words," Pence said. "The American people are going to hear from two candidates and two futures for this country." Trump has kept a busy schedule leading up to Monday's debate, but Pence said he's convinced that the candidate will be ready. "Donald Trump has been preparing for this night his entire life," Pence said. "He's spent a lifetime building. He's spent a lifetime doing. He's going to bring all of those qualities, those leadership qualities to the stage this evening, and I can't wait."

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Black Mountain, North Carolina

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09/24/2016

Black Mountain, North Carolina

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BY KWCH

Mike Pence says the American people deserve a full investigation of the shooting death of a black man by a Charlotte police officer. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports that Pence addressed the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott when he spoke Saturday to a Christian coalition of about 200 members of the House School Legal Defense Association in Black Mountain. Pence encouraged the audience to pray for Charlotte, the victim's family and law enforcement. He also addressed the protests that have occurred each night since the Sept. 20 shooting, saying "no one has the right to engage in acts of violence against property of persons" in the U.S.

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CLEVELAND, OHIO

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09/23/2016

CLEVELAND, OHIO

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump praised the controversial "stop-and-frisk" police tactic Wednesday, saying it "worked incredibly well" when it was used in New York City. "I think you have to [do it]," Trump said. "We did it in New York, it worked incredibly well and you have to be proactive." Trump said. "Now, we had a very good mayor, but New York City was incredible, the way that worked, so I think that could be one step you could do." The event was held amid ongoing controversy and unrest over two more police-involved shootings of African-American men, one in Tulsa, Okla. and the other in Charlotte, N.C.

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Mesa, ARIZONA

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09/22/2016

Mesa, ARIZONA

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BY KTAR

Mike Pence spoke in Mesa Thursday at one of the few campaign events left before Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debate for the first time Monday. Pence spoke for 25 minutes in front of a few hundred people and began his speech by discussing his family, leading into a story about spending July 4 weekend with Trump and his family. “He loves his family and he loves this country and he’s going to be a great president of the United States,” Preaching the American dream, Pence listed what he and Trump plan to do from “day one” in office, such as repealing Obamacare and President Brack Obama’s executive orders. He quickly glossed over immigration, claiming that, “we’re going to end illegal immigration once and for all,” and repeated Trump’s infamous line of, “we’re going to build a wall and Mexico is going to pay for it.”

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Chester, Pennsylvania

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09/22/2016

Chester, Pennsylvania

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Vowing to be a voice for all Americans, Donald Trump on Thursday zeroed in again on the issue of law and order, arguing not enough is being done to safeguard inner city neighborhoods, as he once again appealed to Hispanic and Black voters to support his campaign for President. “The rioting in our streets is a threat to all peaceful citizens, and it must be ended and ended now,” Trump said to cheers in Chester Township, Pennsylvania, just southwest of Philadelphia. “To all citizens in all of our inner cities, and all across the country, I say these words to you tonight – I am with you and I will fight for you – I promise,” Trump spoke up forcefully in favor of police officers, arguing they need America’s “support and gratitude,” as he accused Hillary Clinton of siding with anti-police groups in aftermath of police shootings around the nation. “Those peddling the narrative of cops as a racist force in our society – and this is a narrative that is supported with a nod by my opponent – you see what she is saying,” said Trump, as he argued that type of sentiment is partly responsible for unrest in Charlotte.

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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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09/22/2016

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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BY KKTV

Mike Pence made a pit stop in Colorado Springs again Thursday. It's his second visit in the past few months. Pence started out his speech Thursday by addressing the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina and Tulsa, Oklahoma. He says he and Donald Trump stand by the right to peacefully protest, but there is no right to engage in violence against law enforcement or others. Pence went on to say their opponent Hillary Clinton, refers to institutional racism in law enforcement in this country. Pence says their campaign believes the men and women in law enforcement are not a force of racism in America, but a force for good, protect us, and are the best of us. "A president Donald Trump will support our law enforcement officers at every level, we'll see to it they have the resources and tools to do their job to keep our families safe and come home safe to theirs and Donald Trump will restore law and order to every city and every community and every state in this nation,” Gov. Mike Pence said.

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Toledo, Ohio

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09/21/2016

Tuledo, Ohio

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Speaking before approximately 2,424 supporters at Stranahan Theater, Donald Trump made his second campaign stop in Toledo on Wednesday, running about an hour behind. Boxing promoter Don King spoke first, followed by Indiana Governor and VP nominee Mike Pence, before legendary Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight introduced Trump. "Do we love Ohio? Do we love Ohio?" Trump asked the rambunctious crowd. He spoke on a number of issues, many that affect those in the region. The economy was his first order of business. "My economic agenda can be summed up in three very beautiful words: jobs, jobs, jobs." Then healthcare. "In my first day I'm going to ask congress to immediately send me a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare." Safety and security was next for Trump, who elected to read a prepared speech from a teleprompter. "I will immediately suspend the admission of Syrian refugees," he said, adding that "we want to make sure that we're only admitting those into our country those who support our values and love -- and I mean love our people." That moment caused a brief delay in Trump's speech as the crowd erupted in a chant of "USA! USA! USA!"

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