Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Donald Trump's Last Week in Review

What a week!
We traveled all over the country and met so many incredible voters in Virginia, Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada. I was also honored to receive some really important endorsements. The enthusiasm and momentum is amazing and it is so important we keep it going! We are one week away from the Iowa Caucus and if you don’t know your Caucus location you can visit Donaldjtrump.com to find out where you should be Monday night to show your support!
Last Monday I spoke at Liberty University with a record crowd. It was an incredible day and I was so impressed with the school. Jerry Falwell Jr. delivered a beautiful introduction and I was really honored by the reception I received by so many students and supporters.
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The record crowd at Liberty University
That afternoon I traveled to Concord, New Hampshire for a rally with some great people. We have huge leads in all of the most recent New Hampshire polls and I look forward to visiting again twice this week.
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The crowd showing their support in Concord, NH
On Tuesday we traveled to Iowa and were endorsed by two really special people. First, in Winterset, Iowa, the birthplace of the legendary John Wayne, I received the endorsement of John’s daughter, Aissa. Later that day, I spoke at the Renewable Fuel Summit and discussed the importance of ethanol subsidies.
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John Wayne's daughter, Aissa accompanying me in Winterset, IA 
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The Annual Renewable Fuel Summit
We ended the day in Ames, Iowa where I was joined by Governor Sarah Palin who spoke about her enthusiastic support for my campaign and gave a resounding endorsement of my candidacy for President of the United States. I was really honored to be endorsed by Sarah who is an influential conservative leader and respected voice in the party.
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Joined by Sarah Palin in Ames, IA
On Wednesday we had another event in Norwalk, Iowa before traveling to Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was an honor to be joined by Sarah, who gave an amazing speech in Tulsa. We had 15,000 in attendance at the rally and it was a great event.
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The massive crowd in Tulsa, OK
On Thursday I spoke to thousands at a rally in Las Vegas, Nevada. We are leading all the Nevada state polls and the reception was incredible. Later that day I attended the Outdoor Sportsman Awards with my sons Don Jr. and Eric. We are all proud members of the NRA and they are excellent marksmen who enjoy hunting, angling and more. In addition to Don and Eric, I was joined by Willie Robertson. Willie, star of Duck Dynasty, and a really successful guy with a wonderful family whom I greatly respect, endorsed me for President. His support means so much.
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Me and Willie Robertson at the Outdoor Sportsman Awards
On Friday I returned to Iowa and stayed in Sioux City before traveling to Sioux Center for an amazing event on Saturday. We had thousands in attendance and the speech was really well received by all. We then traveled to Pella, Iowa where we were met by another massive crowd!
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Speaking to the crowd on Saturday in Iowa
My weekend in Iowa ended in Muscatine, where I attended Sunday service at the First Presbyterian Church and then spoke to a great crowd at the Muscatine High School.
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Leaving mass from the First Presbyterian Church before heading to the rally
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Greeting the crowd in Muscatine, IA
The polls have been incredible! We are gaining support and momentum in all three early primary states and it is so important to vote!
We are one week away from the Iowa Caucus and with your help and support I really feel I can make our country better than ever before. If you live in Iowa, be sure to find your Caucus location at DonaldJTrump.com and I look forward to seeing you in New Hampshire, South Carolina and beyond very soon.
Together we will Make America Great Again!
Best Wishes, 


Donald J. Trump

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