Donald Trump holds rally in New Hampshire ahead of primary

The race for the White House made a pit stop in New Hampshire on Monday as Republican candidate Donald Trumps spoke to a packed rally in Windham. 

Just weeks before the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary, Trump holds a sizable lead in the Granite State, beating out Florida senator Marco Rubio by at least 16 percent in a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll. 

On Monday, Trump took aim at the Democrat. 

Hillary Clinton and President Obama were both heavily criticized. 

Trump rallied his supporters by bashing the President, as well as the other candidates running for the job. 

He hit his chief Republican rival senator Ted Cruz on the question of citizenship. 

The billionaire real estate mogul stuck to what has become a familiar script, saying he would reverse the President’s executive order on gun control. He is not backing down from his promise to build a wall on the country’s southern border. 

The crowd of 500 cheered at the rally and many said they are voting for Trump no matter what. 

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