Donald Trump: ‘We’re Going to have a Country that is Unified’

Associated Press
Washington, DC

Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump told a huge crowd of his supporters at his afternoon campaign rally on Saturday in Pittsburgh at Atlantic Aviation that he is going to unite the country through increasing jobs in the United States.

“We’re going to have a country that is unified,” Trump declared during his second campaign rally of the day on Saturday. “I thought one thing about Obama, I thought Obama would be a cheerleader for the country.” Trump added he never thought Obama would be a great president, but “he is a great divider.”

“The country has practically never been as divided as it is now,” the billionaire added. “We’re going to bring everybody together. white, black. We’re going to bring everybody together. We’re bringing our country together, the richer the poorer, everybody!”

Trump said he plans to unite the country and bring people together with “jobs.”

He also accused President Obama of not helping Sargent Tamarisi, who was held in prison in Mexico for accidentally crossing the border with a firearm.

“I helped him out,” Trump said, adding that Fox News’s Greta Van Susteren also helped. “I don’t even know if anybody called.”

“I don’t think Obama ever called. The guy was in there for a long time,” Trump added, calling the president “incompetent.”

Trump criticized Obama and American leaders for countries like China and Mexico taking advantage of America, but said, “They don’t respect her,” referencing presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, suggesting foreign countries would respect her less than they respect Obama.


He also criticized Clinton for her earlier comments about coal miners. “She wants to put the coal miners out of business,” Trump said. “We’re going to put the miners back to work!”

“She’s not winning Pennsylvania!” he declared.

Trump seemed pretty confident he can win, and said, “I’d like to see the Republican leadership get strong.”

He added that they need to “be cool.”

“I think I’m going to win anyway,” Trump stated. “We’re winning either way.”