WILKES BARRE, Pa. (CBS) — During a stop in Pennsylvania, Donald Trump did not mention his tape scandal, but did go after his opponent Hillary Clinton several times.
Following chants of “lock her up” in Luzerne County, Trump wasted no time going after Clinton.
“I have never been so ashamed of this country as to what’s gone on with Hillary Clinton.”
Trump’s rally came hours after Paul Ryan, the most powerful Republican in Congress, announced he would no longer campaign for or defend Donald Trump.
Joan Madaffari says, “It’s a shame because it’s only giving more ammunition to Hillary and her supporters.”
In Wilkes-Barre, Trump also hinted he is concerned about voting irregularities in Philadelphia on Election Day.
“I just hear these reports about Philadelphia. We have to make sure we are protected. We have to make sure the people of Philadelphia are protected. That the vote counts are 100 percent. Everybody wants that.”
With less than 30 days to go, and Pennsylvania still in play, Trump’s supporters are watching closely and cautiously.
At his rally, Trump mentioned that his campaign will focus heavily on the Philadelphia suburbs.
October 11 is the final day to register to vote in Pennsylvania.