Trump Visits Columbus Two Weeks After RNC

Donald Trump in Columbus (Credit: Andy Chow)


Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are locked in tight races in several battleground states and Ohio is no exception. Trump’s latest rally in Columbus today (Monday) is the third big campaign stop in Ohio since the Republican National Convention. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.

Surrounded by a thousand supporters in a town hall setting, Donald Trump promised to make Ohio a manufacturing behemoth.

The Republican presidential nominee focused most of his comments on strengthening labor by cracking down on trade deals that encourage companies to move out of the country.

Trump: “We’re gonna bring your jobs back, we’re gonna bring companies back. We’re gonna bring, companies that left are gonna come back. Because it will no longer be economic for them to continue where they are, we’re gonna bring companies back.”

Trump also said his plans to protect the U.S – Mexico border will cut off the source of Ohio’s heroin epidemic.




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