Trump: Going to ‘win so much we’re sick of it’

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promised a capacity crowd at St. Norbert College that “we’re going to win so much we’re sick of it” during the first of his three appearances Wednesday in Northeastern Wisconsin. During his speech, Trump continued his attacks on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who on Tuesday backed Sen. Ted Cruz for the Republican primary election. Trump criticized Walker’s job-creation record and his management of the state budget. Trump said Wisconsin has lost 15,000 jobs to Mexico and 70,000 jobs to China since the North American Free Trade Agreement was passed and that Walker and Republicans in control of the state legislature have left the state with a $2.2 billion budget deficit while dividing residents. “Everybody thought Scott Walker was tough and doing a good job when, you know, he was fighting people,” Trump said. “It’s better if you can do it without the fighting so much, you know. … How many times can you fight? I looked at your capitol; every time, it was growing more crazy. It’d be cooler if you could get better results. How about getting a better result without the fighting?” Trump’s town hall on the De Pere college campus kicked off a full day of campaigning in advance of Wisconsin’s April 5 presidential primary, in which the most recent poll shows him trailing Cruz. Trump followed his St. Norbert appearance with an invitation-only town hall at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, hosted by Chris Matthews of MSNBC. Topics included terrorism, college debt, abortion and building a… [Read full story]

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