WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) - Fresh off the heels of Thursday night's GOP debate in Detroit, Donald Trump stayed in the metro area and spoke at a rally at the Macomb Community College Expo Center in Warren Friday morning. You can watch a replay of Trump's remarks here.
Close to 3,000 showed up for the rally, many of whom were also up late watching the debate. Five hecklers, however, were thrown out during his remarks.
Trump came out swinging Friday morning, once again referring to opponents Marco Rubio and "Little Marco" and Ted Cruz as "Lyin' Ted." He also talked again about Mitt Romney after Romney urged Republican voters yesterday to shun Trump in the voting booth.
He also talked about keeping all the auto jobs here in America, and many of the auto workers in the audience were excited about that.
You can get a further recap of Trump's remarks by watching Roop Raj's analysis in the video player above.
Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will also be in Michigan this weekend. Their Democratic debate will happen in Flint on Sunday, March 6. Sen. Sanders spoke in Lansing Wednesday night and Thursday morning, and Clinton just announced she will be speaking in Detroit Friday afternoon.
Michigan's primary is happening Tuesday, March 8 with 148 delegates at stake.