Trump spoke for nearly an hour at the Suburban Collection Showplace touching on jobs, repealing Obama care, the national debt, education and rebuilding the country's infrastructure. He was introduced by former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani.He also took aim at Hillary Clinton for supporting corporations and their bad trade deals and Wall Street investors who rigged regulations against the middle class, both of which led to donations to her, he said.
"Follow the money," he said.Trump promised to reverse the trend of jobs leaving the country and focused on the auto industry,
"Michigan has lost more than one in three of its manufacturing jobs," Trump said. "Since the twin disasters of NAFTA and the World Trade Organization - another of Bill Clinton disaster. Before NAFTA went into effect their were 280,000 auto workers in Michigan. Today that number is only 160,000. Believe me that number is going down fast.""If somebody else wins the election you're going to see that number continue to drop."