Michigan Swamped With Presidential Campaign Visits In Final Days Before Election
Donald Trump was back in Metro Detroit last night. The Republican presidential candidate and his surrogates have been barn-storming Michigan in the final days before Tuesday’s election.
Speaking to a cheering crowd, Trump said, “And when Hillary comes, and when Hillary walks onto the stage and talks to you for about eight minutes because that’s what she’s got left.”
During his speech, Trump made clear that he was determined to take Michigan and break Michigan’s streak of going to Democratic presidential candidates since the 1980’s.
Trump has been to the state numerous times since accepting his party’s nomination, and he told the crowd that Clinton should quit now.
“Now you know they’re worried because now Hillary is going to come out tomorrow, and she’s going to come out again,” he said. “I told her – you know what I told her via television – stop, you’re wasting your time. The people are too smart.”