GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said he will win New York against Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton during his campaign rally at Delaware State Fairgrounds on Friday afternoon.
“I will win New York against Hillary Clinton. I think I’m going to win New York,” Trump declared. “And I’ll win Michigan and I’ll win Pennsylvania and of course we’re going to win Delaware, but we know that right?” The crowd cheered in response. “And I’ll win Florida,” he added.
Thousands of people came to see the billionaire ahead of the Delaware primary on Tuesday. People began lining up at 3 a.m. on Friday morning, although the rally didn’t officially begin until after 4 p.m.
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“Look at this crowd today! I mean, on a Friday afternoon!” Trump proudly commented.
“We’re angry at a system that doesn’t allow us to achieve anything,” Trump told his supporters, commenting on South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley suggesting Trump and his supporters are angry.
Trump also slammed President Obama on his foreign policy.
“Now in the history of Air Force One, which is pretty long, that’s probably the first time anybody on that plane has ever landed where nobody was there,” Trump said about Obama visiting Cuba. “There was not the head of the state, Castro or anybody.” Trump said Obama had the same reception when he visited Saudi Arabia.
“It’s time to make a deal,” Trump said after referencing Cuba. “I’d like to see a better deal.”
He said if he was president and wasn’t greeted by foreign leaders, he would say, “Pilot, boom. Go back to Washington!”
Delaware voters head to the polls next Tuesday along with voters in Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.