Trump: 'Everything broken can be fixed'

September 25, 2016 02:34


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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters in Roanoke, Virginia that he can solve all the country's problems if he's elected in November. He urged them to "tune out the doubters, the naysayers and the cynics" who say it can't be done, and called on them to work hard for his campaign during the next few weeks.

The rally comes on the same day the the New York Times newspaper endorsed his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, saying she was more qualified than Republican presidential rival Donald Trump to handle the challenges facing the United States. The rally also comes just two days before a crucial televised debate between the two nominees.

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