Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump took the stage Wednesday morning and went after Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
To start his speech, Trump clarified his mindset of "thinking big and making it happen." He said he was "running to give back to this country" which has been "so good" to him.
He then made a formal offering to Bernie Sanders supporters to join the movement.
He then went after Clinton by bringing up her false 1996 story of being attacked by sniper fire after getting off a plane in Bosnia.
"This election will decide whether we are ruled by the people or the politicians," he said.
He said Clinton "gets rich, making you poor."
Trump also pointed to the fact that Clinton's time as secretary of state was surrounded by failures.
He reminded voters that Islamic extremism has reached heights never before seen.
To conclude his attacks on Clinton, Trump said that she may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the United States.