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Defiant Donald Trump lays out plan for his first 100 days in office

Crowd of more than 10,000 attend Tampa rally
Posted at 11:00 PM, Oct 24, 2016

A fired up Donald Trump rallied thousands of his supporters at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa Monday night.   

The crowd cheered so loud at times that the amphitheater was deafening. Even Trump commented on how he couldn’t believe so many people were in attendance.

With 15 days to go until the Nov. 8 election, Trump is on a whirlwind tour of the state of Florida. He made two campaign stops on Monday and has two more planned for Tuesday. His message in Tampa was clear and concise, laying out a specific plan for his first 100 days in office.

“We will cancel all funding to sanctuary cities. We will begin removing all illegal criminal immigrants from our country,”  Trump said. “We are going to suspend immigration from regions comprised, think of this, hard to believe, by Islamic terrorism, including the suspension of the Syrian refugee program.”

Trump also proposed his plan for his first 100 days in office that included repealing Obamacare, getting rid of Common Core, starting construction to build a wall, lifting restrictions on the production of American energy, cancelling all of President Barack Obama’s Executive Orders, and allocating 1 trillion dollars in funds to improve infrastructure and take care of environmental issues in the United States. Trump also mentioned how his plan will impact Floridians.

“The rebuilding of our military will include major new assets across the state of Florida including new navy and coast guard ships to patrol the seas, new advance manufacturing on Florida's space coast and new aircraft that will fly from MacDill Air Force base at naval air station Pensacola we know that,” Trump said.  

The loudest cheers for Trump came when he talked about “crooked” Hillary Clinton and building a wall on the Mexico, U.S. border.

“Bad judgments, bad instincts, we are going to make her our next president? I don't think so,” Trump said.  

Trump will be in Sanford and Tallahassee for rallies tomorrow. Trump calls Florida his second home and has said he will campaign and travel to battle ground states up until the last one is cast.