“It’s more important to keep jobs in the US than to protect them from automation.”
"Donald Trump is full of shit, he can't be the president," the protesters chanted.
Kids still too young to vote expressed concerns about the state of the US economy as voters across the nation prepared to go to the polls Tuesday.
With one day to go before the election, news that the FBI again decided to not charge Clinton over her emails didn't seem to discourage Trump's supporters. In fact, it was greeted as even more evidence of a rigged system.
After The Associated Press reported that Melania Trump worked illegally in the country when she first moved here, many Trump supporters in North Carolina said the story was a distraction from real issues — like illegal immigration.
“When Trump came on the scene, it was a big awakening for me.”
Despite the candidate's calls for supporters to help prevent alleged election fraud in Philadelphia, attendees at a rally Friday had little interest in participating.
“I think he’s going to change everything that he says he will”
Meet the vendors selling unauthorized swag to the Trump faithful.
Two women were thrown out of a rally Monday amid cries of “paid protester!” — one for yelling “Trump’s a rapist!”, the other for coming to that woman’s aid.
"Keep toeing the line that Hillary’s a criminal," one supporter urged.
The Republican candidate's supporters at two rallies Saturday said the FBI's latest investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails confirmed their suspicions about her — but may not actually sway the election.
“I think the Lord’s watching over us,” one supporter told BuzzFeed News. “That's why we're going to win.”
Even though they’ve become increasingly hostile toward the press, Trump’s diehards have mixed feelings about a potential future news network.
The pitchforks and torches are staying in the shed.
“Step right up! Enter the Hillary House of Horrors, you dirty 1 percenters!”
A day after Melania Trump's first interview since the release of a video that captured her husband bragging about making unwanted sexual advances toward women, Donald Trump supporters defended her description of her husband as a "boy" being "egged on” by others.
"I don't know what's going on with her, but at the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up."
Trump, they say, “finally put it all together.”
“I just hate Hillary” was the common refrain at a Florida rally, one day after several women came forward to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them.
BuzzFeed News's Dino Grandoni reported from Ocala and Ariane Lange reported from Lakeland in Florida.
“I think they’re gonna be sorry,” one of the candidate’s supporters warned about what will happen if Paul Ryan and the party establishment don’t get back behind Trump.
Supporters of Donald Trump in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania brushed off the shocking comments the candidate made about women in a newly surfaced video.
At a rally Monday, Trump promised to continue attacking the Clintons if additional videos surface showing him making inappropriate comments about women.
"I think it is vital to have him in there because he is taking this country to a place that is ... going to have repercussions past this moment, regardless of whether he's the president or not."
"I want him to be Pence-y," a supporter of the Republican candidate said Wednesday in Reno. "He shoots from the hip too much. He's not a politician."
On Monday, Trump told a group of veterans that some people "can’t handle" the experience of coming back from war. The comments prompted a backlash among the candidate's critics, but many of his supporters remained loyal Tuesday.
The Republican candidate pointed to Charlotte, Ferguson, and Baltimore as evidence that "we are a divided nation."
Donald Trump said he won Monday night's debate against Hillary Clinton. But some who attended his Pennsylvania rally didn't quite agree.
He said the event's security team told him that "because it was a private event, first amendment rights were out the window."
"I don’t know, maybe she should’ve been a housekeeper."
At a rally in Wisconsin on Wednesday, many Trump supporters said the Republican should bring up past indiscretions of Hillary Clinton’s husband.
Donald Trump's claim that Google was biased is just his latest accusation that the election is being "rigged" against him.
At Trump's packed rally in Melbourne, Florida, supporters had a range of opinions about how well he did against Clinton.
Two women who consider themselves independent voters attended their first Donald Trump rally Wednesday in Ohio. Here's how it went.
“We want to make sure we’re only admitting people into our country who love our country, we want them to love our country, and we want them to love our people.”
"Take their guns away, she doesn't want guns. Take their— and let's see what happens to her."
At a rally in Iowa, supporters of the Republican presidential candidate said they believe there's more to Clinton's health than is publicly known.
At a campaign rally Monday in North Carolina, Clinton's phrase became a rallying cry among many of Trump's supporters.
"Vladimir Putin reigns with an iron fist. You've got to like that to some certain extent."
“He just needs to keep his foot out of his mouth," one supporter said.
"He reaffirmed it all for me and I really think after all this that the lord is going to do something for Donald," one supporter told BuzzFeed News.
"Get your checkbook out," one supporter suggested Trump tell Pena Nieto.
BuzzFeed News asked the candidate's supporters about the controversial slogan at a rally in New Hampshire on Thursday.
Farage drew parallels between British citizens' vote to leave the European Union and some American citizens' support for Donald Trump.
Donald Trump's efforts to appeal to black and Latino voters continued at a rally in Tampa on Wednesday as he made a pitch on jobs.
"It makes perfect sense; if he weren't evolving I'd be worried," a supporter of the candidate told BuzzFeed News. "He's still talking about all the right stuff."
The candidate asked African-American voters to give him a shot at the presidency. BuzzFeed News spoke with several black voters who attended his Michigan rally.