People began arriving at Eppley Airfield hours before Donald Trump's arrival to see the outspoken front runner..
Trump energized the crowd on many occasions, but the biggest pop was when he mentioned protecting the 2nd Amendment. For about 45 minutes the presumed Republican nominee spoke the crowd of about 3,000. There was a message of overcoming the odds because of attack ads, Bringing jobs back to the state, getting beef to China, and building a wall on the Mexico border higher than the Werner hangar. Trump told voters to get out and vote at the primary on May 10th so they can break an all-time voting record.
"I said 'what about Nebraska'?. I love Nebraska and I said are the people expecting to be there and they said yes and I said we're going, we got to go, right?" Trump said. While urging people to vote he said the stronger we look the stronger we are...
Governor Pete Ricketts introduced Trump. he told me this week he supports Trump, even though his parents have spent millions for anti-Trump ads.