From Daily Mail
Donald Trump arrived at Canfield city’s fair Monday afternoon and took part in a brief public appearance
Crowd members screamed for his attention, and some chanted ‘Build that wall’ as he walked by
Trump then ducked into a Republican tent to sign autographs before going for press interviews
Donald Trump’s supporters in the city of Canfield, Ohio, turned out to the Canfield Fair Monday to see the presidential candidate and his VP pick Michael Pence in person – and they weren’t holding back.
Some members of the crowd screamed for the candidate’s attention as the men performed a brief meet-and-greet.
And others reminded Trump of his long-held promise by chanting ‘Build that wall!’ as he waved to cameras and shook hands, WKBN reported.
Trump and Pence arrived at Youngstown Warren Regional Airport just after 1:30pm, having flown in from another campaign event in Cleveland.
An hour and a half later the pair pulled up at the fair to crowds of cheering supporters being held back by a sharp-suited security detail.
Trump then walked a short distance from the car to the fair’s Republican tent, waving at supporters and posing for photographs.
Trump had a few very brief words with the crowd outside the Republican tent, shaking hands with some of those reaching out to greet the presidential hopeful.
In all, the audience interaction ran from 3:04-3:13pm, WKBN noted – a brief but noisy period of excitement for those there.
Trump then went into the Republican tent where he greeted others and signed a pencil illustration of himself.
He then went inside the administration building where he performed interviews with the media for around an hour.
Trump wasn’t the only prominent politician to visit the Canfield Fair this year – Vice President Joe Biden also swung by the event on Thursday.
The Canfield Fair started on August 31 and finished Monday.
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