On Monday afternoon, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stopped in North Carolina one last time. He spoke to a crowd filling the Dorton arena on the state fairgrounds in Raleigh, which can hold more than 7,000 people. The stands were filled with people cheering their support for the Republican hopeful and even chanting a common phrase from his campaign, "Build the wall."
One of his main topics of interest was The Affordable Care Act. He said repealing "Obamacare" would be one of the first things he would do if he is elected into office.
For nearly 45 minutes, supporters listened to Trump discuss trade policy with China, job creation, illegal immigration and unifying the entire country toward a political movement.