WINDHAM, N.H. (WHDH) — Donald Trump crossed the country on Sunday, trying to rally his base and expand his supporters.
The Republican nominee kicked off his stops in Iowa on Sunday morning. Polls show Trump leading Hillary Clinton in the state.
Trump pledged to change what he believes are the corrupt Washington political class and asked for the crowd’s support with just two days until Election Day.
From there, Trump jumped on a plane for Minnesota, where he criticized Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for using celebrities to campaign for her.
Trump also mentioned the critical battle ground states, where he has the upper hand.
While Trump hit the trail, his campaign reacted to the latest news on FBI Director James Comey’s decision clearing Clinton of any wrongdoing in the latest investigation into the former Secretary of State’s emails.
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