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Trump Campaigns in Working Class Maine

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Thursday, 30 Jun 2016 03:49 PM

Donald Trump jetted to Bangor, Maine on Wednesday to trash Democrats and tell working class voters he planned to reverse the Obama administration's trade deal policies that he said had "drained" businesses out of The Pine Tree State.

We're going to bring back our jobs. We're going to bring back our wealth," Trump said Wednesday at a campaign rally at the Cross Insurance Center, The Bangor Daily News reports.

"We're going to bring back our money. We're going to bring back our pride. We're going to make America great again."

Trump was introduced by Maine Gov. Paul LePage, who called him "the next president of the United States of America." The governor joked that Trump was "a little bit shy but I'm working on him."

Trump's address was interrupted twice by protesters who were escorted from the building to the billionaire's directive of "get 'em outta here folks."

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Donald Trump jetted to Bangor, Maine on Wednesday to trash Democrats and tell working class voters he planned to reverse the Obama administration's trade deal policies that he said had "drained" businesses out of The Pine Tree State.
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