Donald Trump Holds Rally In Front of Thousands At Melbourne International Airport
By Space Coast Daily // September 28, 2016
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ABOVE VIDEO: Republican Presidential Nominee Donald J. Trump rallied at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport AeroMod International Hangar on Tuesday night to a huge and enthusiastic crowd.
ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey will introduce Donald J. Trump at the jammed-packed Rally in Melbourne at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport.
ABOVE VIDEO: Port Canaveral Commissioner Wayne Justice gets ready to speak to the jammed-packed crowd at the Donald J. Trump Rally in Melbourne at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport.
ABOVE VIDEO: Steve Wilson provides live coverage from the Donald J. Trump Rally in Melbourne at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Rally starts at 7 p.m.
ABOVE VIDEO: Zach Clark gets the Millennials’ views about Donald Trump live from the Orlando Melbourne International Airport where the rally starts at 7 p.m.
ABOVE VIDEO: Steve Wilson talks live with enthusiastic supporters from the Donald J. Trump Rally in Melbourne at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport. Rally starts at 7 p.m.
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Republican Presidential Nominee Donald J. Trump was in town Tuesday night for a rally at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport AeroMod International Hangar.
Trump spoke for about an hour in front of thousands of supporters and outlined his goals for the country if he were elected President.
Coming off the first presidential debate at Hofstra University, many of his supporters believed he did well at the debate but didn’t deliver the ‘knockout blow’ like they had hoped.
Donald Trump admitted Tuesday night he was “holding back – I didn’t want to do anything to embarrass her.”
Trump said previously he held back to avoid embarrassing the Clintons’ daughter, Chelsea, who also was in the debate audience.
Trump said the former secretary of state Hillary Clinton was “stuck in the past.”
“For 90 minutes, on issue after issue, Hillary Clinton defended the terrible status quo, while I laid out a plan to bring back prosperity for the American people,” Trump said Tuesday night.
“For 90 minutes, she argued against change. I want dramatic change.”
Clinton and Trump are essentially tied in the polls for the state of Florida by various news agency polls. A key swing state that usually decides the presidential winner every four years.
According to RealClearPolitics, which averages a variety of presidential polls, Clinton is up by only one-half percent.
This was Donald Trump’s first visit to Brevard County while on the campaign trail.
Fox News contributed to this report.