His private jet touched down at the Erie International Airport just before 2 p.m. and by 3 p.m. he was addressing a loud crowd of supporters and some undecided voters.
Donald Trump’s message Friday focused on jobs and the economy, highlighting General Electric and the jobs moving out of Erie.
Trump said the answer to the problem is a vote for him on election day.
He said new leadership is the only way to create the change needed in Erie, in Pennsylvania and in America.
Trump told attendees he promises to attack national debt, grow the economy and stop senseless spending.
Trump said he knows how to keep companies from moving out of town and over seas and he plans to bring more jobs to American workers.