Fresh Off New Hampshire Win, Trump Rallies South Carolina Crowd
Donald Trump urged South Carolinians for a repeat of New Hampshire.
— -- Fresh off his victory in the Granite State, Donald Trump told a crowd at Clemson University in South Carolina it’s now their turn to deliver the billionaire another win.
“Believe me if you vote for Trump, and again I don't want your money, I want your vote,” the real estate mogul said, predicting a win here would eliminate his competition for the GOP nomination.
"You vote for Trump, we win here, we’re going to run the table.”
With nine days left until voters in the Palmetto state go to the polls, the Trump campaign has staff and volunteers hitting the phones and the streets to get out the vote –- even driving around several RVs with Trump’s face and his “Make America Great Again!” slogan pasted all over.
“People are tired of stupidity,” Trump said of his victory Tuesday night. “We’re not gonna have it anymore!.”
In his speech, Trump took a harder hit than usual at former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
“He’s a schlepper,” Trump said about Bush. “Spent 38-39 million in New Hampshire. I spent 3 and a half, I’m number one. He’s at the bottom. Think of it!”
The billionaire earlier in his remarks said “the last thing we need is another Bush” to which is crowd booed.
Trump is set to campaign tomorrow in Baton Rouge, LA.
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