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Tuesday, December 1, 2015 - 11:04am

Trump Brings Campaign To Georgia

The race for the Republican nomination for President came to the geographic heart of Georgia Monday when Donald Trump spoke in Macon.

By the time Trump hit the stage, the crowd, a little under half the capacity of the Macon Coliseum was ready. Trump wasted no time giving them what they had waited hours to hear.

"We’re winning in every single category," he said to cheers.

What followed was a meandering hour and a half speech that gave Trump time to skewer all opponents.

"You know what’s funny, when people go after me, they go down the tubes," he said before pointing toward Democrat John Kasich and fellow Republican Bobby Jindal.

"Bobby Jindal. I call him Alfred E. Newman," Trump said to scattered laughter.

But Trump saved most of his criticism for Hillary Clinton.

"She doesn’t have the strength or stamina to be President," he said of the former Secretary of State and US Senator

Republican or Democrat, Trump promised that if someone hits him, he’d come back ten times harder.

"Which is what we should be doing with Isis," he said.

Trump eventually brought his speech back around to the Islamic State and President Obama.

"We have a president that doesn’t even want to talk about Islamic problems," he said, "You can’t cure a problem if you can’t say what it is."

As the crowd thinned out, Trump wrapped up the speech with a promise.

"We’re gonna have fun. We’re going to have victories," he said before making one last promise.

"We're going to win. We're going to win big time," Trump said.