Trump Jr. appears in central Wisconsin
A standing room only crowd of at least 300 Donald Trump supporters heard his son, Donald Trump Jr., make the case for his father’s presidency inside Zingers & Flingers indoor shooting range in central Wisconsin Wednesday.
“I saw the same Pig Stock Crickett that I’m teaching my daughter how to shoot,” Trump junior said as the applause died down. “It’s been an amazing ride. An amazing experience to be able to go around the county, and really see this movement being created.”
Enthusiastic applause and cheers interrupted the nearly 20 minute stump speech numerous times, as Trump Jr. made reference to the many waiving signs boasting the Republican presidential nominee’s famous slogan, ‘Make America Great Again’ were waived.
“We’re not playing second fiddle to a country in the Middle East that can’t stand us,” Trump Jr. said. “We’re going to start taking care of Americans first.”
He also took time to mention Wausau Window, which have been used in constructing some of Trump’s properties.
“It’s good to see someone that works there. My father keeps talking about how they’re the best windows ever. I keep hearing about them,” Trump Jr. said.
The oldest of Trump’s children also joked with the supporters about how he was grateful they were missing bow hunting season to come hear his message, after state Senate President Scott Fitzgerald introduced him in a call to the crowd to get out the vote.
“We need Donald Trump as much as Donald Trump needs us,” Fitzgerald said.
Trump Jr. also took questions from the crowd, including two veterans who asked about keeping Trump on message during the next presidential debate, and the possibility of introducing names of potential cabinet members.