More than 10,000 people came to Illinois’s capitol city last night to hear from Donald Trump, who’s leading Republican polls in the race for President.
Trump spoke for more than an hour at the convention center. That’s just blocks away from the Old State Capitol, where President Barack Obama declared his candidacy in 2007.
Trump criticized Obama's nuclear deal with Iran and says he wants to repeal Obama's signature health care law.
"We have incompetent people leading us. And we can't keep doing it,” Trump said. “We can't keep doing it."