Trump visits N.H. in final pitch to battleground state

MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a final campaign stop in New Hampshire Monday night, where he spoke to a crowd of supporters in Manchester.

Trump told the crowd that he had the support of two New England sports icons, saying he got a call from Tom Brady who told him that he voted Trump. However, Brady said in a radio interview Monday morning that he had not voted yet. Trump also read a letter full of praise that he said Patriots Coach Bill Belichick sent him.

Trump told the crowd he did not need celebrities to get votes, referring to opponent Hillary Clinton having stars like Beyonce and Jay-Z at her rallies. Trump also spoke about the significance of stopping in New Hampshire because it was where he won his first primary.

“New Hampshire has never let me down,” said Trump. “New Hampshire has never disappointed me.”

Trump was introduced by running mate Mike Pence.  Trump supporter and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani also spoke.

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