HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) – Donald Trump told thousands of his supporters Friday night that he is going to win the state of Pennsylvania.
The Republican candidate was at the Giant Center in Hershey, touting that he filled the building without bringing along Jennifer Lopez or Jay Z like his opponent.
He spent plenty of time targeting Hillary Clinton, saying that electing her would “create an unprecedented constitutional crisis.”
As he did with his other visits in the Keystone State, Trump focused heavily on jobs. He told the packed house the state has lost 40 percent of its manufacturing jobs since NAFTA, a deal backed by the Clintons.
In the most somber moment of the rally, Trump introduced a New Jersey couple whose late son was a Trump supporter. His mother asked all mothers to vote for the GOP candidate in honor of her son.
With Election Day just four days away, Trump asked the crowd to think about what his first 100 days in office would look like. He said it would include cutting taxes, protecting religious liberty and rebuilding the military.
Trump is giving himself another opportunity to rally Pennsylvania voters when he heads to Allegheny County on Sunday.