Trump talks jobs, economy in New Hampshire campaign stop

LACONIA, N.H. (WHDH) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump visited New Hampshire Thursday, where he spoke to the crowd about he plans to fix the country’s economy and create more jobs.

Trump said New Hampshire is special to him because it is where he won his first primary. He stayed on his game plan, calmly focusing on the economy and policy.

“My economic agenda can be summed up in three words: Jobs, jobs, jobs,” Trump told the crowd. He also vowed to stop New Hampshire’s opioid crisis.

Not everyone in New Hampshire is behind Trump. The state’s largest newspaper, the New Hampshire Union-Leader, is not endorsing a Republican for the first time in 100 years. The paper instead endorsed Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and called Trump a “liar, a bully and a buffoon.”

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