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Trump holds campaign rally in West Boca Raton

Posted at 6:49 PM, Mar 13, 2016

It was a packed house Sunday night in West Boca Raton where Donald Trump held his third rally of the day in the U.S., just before Tuesday's primary.

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The rally in southern Palm Beach County was more peaceful than others, as the GOP front-runner looks to take the Sunshine State from Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

"We love Florida," says Trump.

In front of more than 6,000 supporters, Trump talked foreign policy, healthcare and immigration and continuing his promise to build a wall.

His supporters came from near and far to attend the rally.

"He's a business man, and I think he's the only one who's going to make it," says Edmond Gjikokaj of Boca Raton.

"The one that no one will really stand against. I believe he's got what it takes. I think he's an honest man," says supporter Paulette Kramer.

Most of the attention this weekend was on violence and protests at Trumps rallies. At Sunday's rally, only a few were escorted out.

"Nobody got hurt, nobody got injured," says Trump.

The GOP frontrunner is now sending a message to the state of Florida.

"Lets not say we have a 21 percent lead, because you have to get out and vote."