Donald Trump holds rally in New Hampshire

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to a large crowd in New Hampshire on Monday.

Trump, during the event at Farmington High School, criticized Republican candidate Ted Cruz for being born in Canada. 

"He could run right now for prime minister of Canada," said Trump.

The criticism came as Boston major newspapers announced their Republican primary election endorsements. The Boston Herald endorsed Republican New Jersey governor Chris Christie and the Boston Globe endorsed Republican governor John Kaisch. 

Trump also mentioned previous talking points about ISIS, border control. However, he also mentioned drug use in new Hampshire.

"If you and you and if you would have had guns, it would have been a whole different story folks, it would been a whole different story," Trump said about the San Bernardino terror attacks. 

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