HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump visited the Midstate on Thursday for the first time in this campaign season.
Trump spoke to supporters for about an hour in the Large Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center.
Trump told the crowd he has turned down millions in campaign contributions because he is self-funding.
The GOP frontrunner said that manufacturing jobs have been decimated by trade deals.
Trump called on Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the other Republican candidates, to drop out of the race.
A number of protesters were removed from the event.
By the end of Trump’s speech, eight people were escorted out of the building.
Trump got a loud cheer when he said that had to win Pennsylvania’s primary on Tuesday.
Trump ended his speech by saying, “We’re gonna win so much you won’t know what to do. I love you Harrisburg.”