He visited for an event just days before Election Day.
WILMINGTON, OH - NOVEMBER 04: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally at the Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services hanger November 4, 2016 in Wilmington, Ohio. With less than a week before Election Day in the United States, Trump and his opponent, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, are campaigning in key battleground states that each must win to take the White House. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
WILMINGTON, Ohio -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rallied in Clinton County Friday, announcing he'd replace the Brent Spence Bridge if he is elected.
Trump spoke at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Airborne Airpark, vowing to bring jobs back to America, rebuild inner cities and to keep the country safe from terrorism.
“We’re going to fix and invest in our inner cities, we’re going to bring jobs back to the inner cities,” Trump said.
Trump did not announce how he planned to replace the Brent Spence or what he would do to cover those costs.
Trump also said he disagrees with Hillary Clinton’s plan of allowing Syrian refugees to come into the country.
“Everybody here wants to take care of them, but we won’t end up like France… we have enough problems in our country,” Trump said.
He also said he will not allow terrorism to take place in the U.S.
“We’re going to have a top-notch, modern military,” Trump said. “We don’t have a choice.”
He said he will defend the border of the country by building a “great wall" which he said Mexico will pay for. He said the wall will be important in stopping drugs from coming into the country.
“From the day I take office, it will always be America first,” Trump said.