Thousands gather for Trump’s Naples stop

Reporter: Lindsey Sablan
Published: Updated:

NAPLES, Fla. – A capacity crowd showed up to hear Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump outline his plan for his first 100 days in the White House early Sunday evening during a stop in Collier County.

Trump took the stage about 15 minutes before the scheduled 6 p.m. start time for his outdoor rally at the Collier County Fairgrounds, 751 39th Avenue N.E. He spoke for almost an hour, touching on a range of subjects from the Islamic state to women to the media.

Immigration and national security were key topics, as Trump once more promised to build a wall along the Mexican border. He pointed to a need for better control over the people coming in and out of the country amid the war on terror.

“We have to keep these people out, and if we don’t we aren’t going to have a country anymore, or a very sick country,” Trump said. “We are letting in some of the worst people, we are letting into our country people we don’t know who they are.

“Let me state this very clearly. If I’m elected president, I’m going to keep radical Islamic terrorists the hell out of our country.”

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