Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump made his third visit to Massachusetts, playing to some 11 thousand people at the DCU Center.
“Do we love Tom Brady, do we love Tom, love Tom Brady,” is how Donald Trump got his supporters fired up in his latest campaign stop in the Baystate.
Trump continues to lead the Republican field. He took on his opponents, firing shots at Ben Carson and Jeb Bush. But he continued to drive home his point that as President, he'll get things done, saying “This is a movement, no matter where I go and I don't know if it's for me. It's for me a little bit. It's for the message, we want to win again.”
Trump pounded the Obama Administration about the country's trade deficit, saying, “We're being ripped off by every country we do business with because we have the worst negotiators in the world. All you have to do is look at the Iran deal that was just signed. Look at this deal. But one of your own got it done, Kerry, Kerry."
Trump claims the media is playing into the hands of Isis and their effort to recruit people in this country, adding, “The press is calling the leader of the pack in Paris a mastermind. So all these kids in New York and California and Massachusetts, ah the mastermind. He's not a mastermind, he's a lowlife, this is just a low life guy.”
Not everyone in the DCU Center was a Trump supporter though. At least two groups of protestors booing Trump, some calling him a racist, were escorted out of the building.
Trump closed by promising victories with the economy, trade and health care and to take care of Isis.
A new WBUR poll released Wednesday shows Trump's lead over his opponents is growing. The poll has Trump with 23 percent of the support in New Hampshire, while Ben Carson has dropped to 13 percent, where he is tied with Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.