Donald Trump Makes His Final Appeal To Voters
In a final appeal to voters before the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump made his way through battleground states to tell them “to beat the corrupt system” and vote for him on Tuesday.
Trump was expected to hold his last campaign rally in New Hampshire, but he added one last event before Election day came around.
Trump said that he doesn’t need celebrity support to draw large crowds at any of his rally’s, unlike Hillary Clinton.
“All we need is great ideas to make America great again,” Trump said.
Hillary Clinton has had several celebrities show up on the campaign trail such as Lebron James, Katy Perry, Bruce Springstein and Bon Jovi.
While talking to a crowd in Manchester, New Hampshire, Trump said that he received a letter from New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick supporting him.
“Congratulations on a tremendous campaign. You have dealt with an unbelievable slanted and negative media and have come out beautifully,” Trump said. “You’ve proved to be the ultimate competitor and fighter. Your leadership is amazing. I have always had tremendous respect for you, but the toughness and perseverance you have displayed over the past year is remarkable. Hopefully tomorrow’s elections results will give the opportunity to Make America Great Again.”
During Trump’s rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan in the early hours on Tuesday, Trump declared “Today is our Independence Day,”
During Trump’s five rallies on Monday, Trump looked back on the campaign trail saying, “It’s been a long journey,” and he vowed “to beat the corrupt system” if he becomes president. This served as a reminder of FBI Director James Comey’s announcement that the new emails that turned up have not changed the outcome of the Clinton investigation.
“You have one magnificent chance to beat the corrupt system and deliver justice,” Trump said. “Do not let this opportunity slip away.”
Trump planned to campaign throughout Election day, but aides advised him to keep him in New York.
Trump praised his supporters for having started a movement and told them to vote so that it would not be wasted.