Donald Trump Makes Campaign Stop In Delaware County

by Jim Melwert

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Donald Trump made a campaign stop in Aston, Delaware County, his second stop there in as many weeks. This one in front of an estimated 4,000 people.

Donald Trump was introduced by former Indiana Basketball coach Bobby Knight, Knight calling Trump the best problem solver he knows.

“Our next president is going to inherit a helluva lot of problems,” said Knight.

Trump took the stage to the Rocky theme and chants of “Trump” and “USA.”

The republican presidential candidate opening with security, saying he would work with police and not against them:

“Our men and women in blue need our thanks, and our gratitude. They are the line separating civilization from chaos,” said Trump.

Trump also promised he could bring manufacturing jobs back to Pennsylvania by fixing what he calls “broken and unfair international trade deals.”

“They are taking advantage of us, big league. They are making us look like babies,” he said.

Trump closed by saying he would put new American steel into the spine of the country.

“Imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people, under one god, saluting one American flag,” said Trump.

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