Donald Trump Rallies Ohio Voters with Don King, Mike Pence, Bobby Knight

TOLEDO, OH - SEPTEMBER 21: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters at the Stranahan Theater on September 21, 2016 in Toledo, Ohio. Recent Ohio polls show that Trump has a lead over Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. (Photo by Angelo Merendino/Getty Images)

Donald Trump campaigned in Toledo, Ohio on Wednesday with his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Bobby Knight, and Don King at the Stranahan Theater.

At the start of his speech, Trump touted his poll numbers in the Buckeye state, referencing a recent Bloomberg poll that has him up five points over his rival Hillary Clinton.

“On Nov. 8 we’re going to win this state. We’re going to win the White House,” Trump declared. “This is a movement and we’re taking our country back for the people.”

“The Washington insiders — they’re panicking,” Trump touted.

The Republican nominee spoke about radical Islamic terrorism and the economy as well as the rising healthcare premiums in Ohio.

He said that premiums in Ohio have increased 80 percent under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

According to the Columbus Dispatch, premiums are set to increase at least 12.6 percent next year and the number of health insurance companies through the federal exchange will decrease from 17 to 11 companies.

“We’re going to replace it and terminate it,” Trump promised about Obamacare, saying he will replace the healthcare law “with reforms that put patients first.”


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