Donald Trump campaigns at rally in Moon Township, says ‘We have to win Pennsylvania'

Donald Trump campaigns at rally in Moon Township, says ‘We have to win Pennsylvania’

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made a campaign stop Sunday night in the Pittsburgh area with little more than one day to go before the election.

The rally was in a hangar at Atlantic Aviation in Moon Township, where an estimated 12,000 people waited to hear from Trump.

"We are just two days away from the change you have been waiting for," Trump said. “Get out and vote. We have to win Pennsylvania.”

In addition to laying out the stakes of Tuesday’s election and Pennsylvania’s important role in it, Trump spoke about renegotiating NAFTA, blocking Syrian immigration and bringing the steel industry back to western Pennsylvania.

He also brought up Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, hours after FBI Director James Comey announced the agency would not recommend charges against the Democratic presidential nominee after a review of newly discovered emails.

“She's being protected by a rigged system. You can't review 650,000 emails in eight days. You can't do it, folks,” Trump said. “Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the United States.”

After speaking for about 30 minutes, Trump boarded his plane to head to another campaign event in Virginia.