Donald Trump holds town hall in West Chester

Full speech: Donald Trump makes stop in West Chester
(SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Frankie Jupiter)
(SOURCE: FOX19 NOW/Frankie Jupiter)

WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) - Donald Trump rallied supporters in West Chester Sunday afternoon.

"You know I used to work in Cincinnati and, it's true, the Queen City. I love Cincinnati," said Trump.

Trump covered a lot of territory in his quick visit. He spoke about his plans, if elected, to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.

He also took time to take a verbal swing at his opponents on both sides of the aisle.

"We're going to run and we're going to do some incredible things and we're going to bring our country back," said Trump. "Frankly, Hillary is a disaster by the way, you know that, disaster."

Trump took another swing, but this time it was toward baseball. He shared his opinion on the Hit King.

"We gotta let Pete Rose into the hall of fame," said Trump.

People from across the Tri-State showed their support at the rally, including Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones.

"My party affiliation for three decades has been Democrat and I've just come to the point where I don't think anyone else offers the answers that Trump does," said supporter John Toedtman.

"I've been hearing him. I like him, I like what he's saying. You know he's the only man that could beat Hillary," said Trump supporter Fred Poock.

The appearance came just one day after the Republican presidential front-runner canceled an event at the Duke Energy Center due to security concerns. Trump also canceled a rally in Chicago on Friday citing the same concerns.

Trump left on a positive note, expressing love for the Tri-State.

"I love Ohio and I love Kentucky," Trump stated as he exited.

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