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CLIVE (KWWL) -

Donald Trump took the stage in front of hundreds this afternoon.

Trump started by slamming Hillary Clinton who recently called his supporters deplorable.

"While my opponent slanders you as deplorable and irredeemable, I call you hard working American patriots who love your country and want a better future for all of our people," Trump said.

One Trump supporter mocked Clinton's comments wearing a sign that read, "Deplorable and proud of it."

Former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani also gave his input while introducing Donald Trump.

"You know what she said about all of you don't you?" he asked the crowd.

"I'm proud to be one of you," Giuliani added.

Trump spent most of his time covering a variety of topics like helping family farms in Iowa.

"We are going to end the EPA intrusion into your family homes and family farms," Trump told the crowd.

He also spoke about the economy.

"My economic agenda can be summed up in three words: Jobs, jobs, jobs," he said.

Trump also stressing the importance of  protecting Americans from ISIS.

"We must keep these killers out of our country," he told the crowd.

Trumps message resonating with many people in the crowd.

"We need to get our country back and I think Donald's the one that can do it," says Donald Bouslaugh of Ankeny.

"Really interesting to be getting involved and being here, I've never been to a political rally before," says Mackenzie Walker of Blakesburg who will be able to vote for the first time this November.

Trump is urging the large crowd to vote on November 8th.

"What do you have to lose? I'll fix it, vote for Donald Trump, I mean that. What do you have to lose? It can't get any worse," Trump said.

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