The Republican nominee Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Leesburg, Va. Having arrived in scene, Trump assured the boisterous crowd that he would make sure that he puts to an end the trade deals that backed up the Democratic nominee whom he termed as “crooked Hillary” Trump also promised that he’d remove the Affordable Care Act and make sure he contains the refugees from storming into the country.
The Republican nominee said the if he is elected as the next president he will make sure that the Syrian refugee program is suspended and that he will make sure that the Islamic terrorists are eliminated from the face of the United States. Mr. Trump made this statements in a barn at the Loudoun County fairgrounds where hundreds of supporters were listening both inside and outside. Donald Trump has been so active in his campaign schedule since the Loudoun rally was the fifth campaign he had made from Sunday afternoon. Trump is making commendable progress in making sure that he grasps stronger than his Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton as he makes his pursuit to the White House.
The Republican nominee Donald Trump had started his campaign trail in Lowa despite the polls reporting that he has a lead in lowa; Trump then proceeded to Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania. The states have had a track record of supporting Democrats for the last quarter century or more. The Democratic nominee has also made some progress as she has taken the lead in Virginia.
The Democratic nominee was busy in Pennsylvania where she is leading; she then proceeded to New Hampshire and Ohio the two crucial states where the stand point is not yet clear. Trump is intensifying his campaign as the race to the White House intensifies.