MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — GOP frontrunner Donald Trump entered his New Hampshire Primary Party along with his family, to a welcome from roughly a thousand supporters cheering his victory.
“Oh! Wow, wow, wow! So beautiful!” he said in response to the cheers.
“We are going to Make America Great Again,” Trump told his supporters after winning the New Hampshire GOP primary on Tuesday. The crowd cheered more.
“I want to thank everybody, but I really have to begin by paying homage to my parents,” Trump said.
Trump then thanked his wife Melania for her support, saying “She said right from the beginning, ‘You know, if you run, you know you’re going to win.” Trump went on to thank his children as well.
Following his family, Trump thanked his employees, first naming his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski.
“Does Corey have a ground game or what?” Trump said to the crowd. “We learned a lot about ground games in one week,” he added, referencing how he came in second in Iowa.
“We have to thank the candidates – we have some really talented people,” Trump said of the fellow GOP candidates. “A number of them called, and I just wanted to thank them.”
“We have some real talent in the Republican Party,” he added.
“We want to thank the people of New Hampshire,” the real estate mogul told his supporters. “We love you, we’re going to be back a lot.” Trump told them to remember, “You started it!”
The crowd responded chanting, “TRUMP! TRUMP! TRUMP!”
“I heard parts of Bernie’s speech,” Trump said of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) who won the New Hampshire Democrat primary, defeating Hillary Clinton. “He wants to give away our country, folks.”
Trump vowed to make America great again “the old fashioned way” by beating China, Japan, and Mexico on trade deals.
He said he believes the fact that he is “self-funding my campaign” really caught on with voters.
Trump said of the current politicians making deals for America, “They’re making them for their benefit,” but with Trump as president, “We’re going to make the deals for the American people.”
He vowed to be the “greatest jobs president that God ever created.”