Trump says he'll win Hispanic vote because he'll create jobs
by: Kathryn Burcham
EXETER, N.H. - Donald Trump is still heavily favored to win in New Hampshire, but it's unclear how long that lead will last when one-third of New Hampshire voters are still undecided.
It's unlike Trump to start a rally without bragging about his latest poll numbers, but that's exactly what he did in Exeter Thursday. People crowded into Exeter town hall to hear him speak about jobs, the economy and illegal immigration.
Trump: "I'm gonna win the Hispanic vote, because I'm gonna create jobs"
He received his biggest applause when he dismissed a woman who told him she was visiting from southern California and that illegal immigrants are the backbone of the country.
"You know who is the backbone of our country? People that came here, that came here illegally. People that came to this country legally, and they work their a** off and they make the country great," he said.