Trump to New Hampshire: 'The American Working Class Will Strike Back'

Nov. 08, 2016

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Donald Trump returned Monday night to the site of his early triumph in the Republican presidential primary, and to a state that he hopes to carry on Election Day to win the presidency.

And he did it in grand style, arriving onstage at the Southern New Hampshire University Arena in front of a packed house of nearly 12,000 frenzied supporters, with his entire family onstage, and many more supporters outside.

He joined his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, who spoke earlier,.

“Tomorrow, the American working class will strike back,” Trump announced to raucous cheers.

He also sent the arena into loud cheers by announcing the support of New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady, and head coach Bill Belichick.

He read a letter from Belichick, praising Trump for fighting a tough campaign against relentless pressure from the media, and closing with the hope that Trump would win and “make America great again.”

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