Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stopped in Georgia Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, for a campaign rally at the Macon Coliseum.
In his address to supporters, Donald Trump took aim at his opponents and issues alike.
Speaking to an estimated crowd of about 6,000, according to the Bibb County Sheriff's Office, the 2016 Republican presidential candidate was pointed in his remarks about various contenders from both major parties.
"We can't afford to be so nice, folks," he said.
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At one point, Donald Trump called 9/11 "worse than Pearl Harbor."
He also talked about sending American troops overseas.
... And his plan to combat ISIS.
Earlier in the evening, Herman Cain, who ran for the same office in 2012, spoke ahead of Trump's arrival. He said he accepted the billionaire businessman's invitation to Macon because of the leadership Trump could bring to the nation's capital, taking a jab at Obama in the process.
Meanwhile, outside the Macon Coliseum, about 30 protesters voiced their displeasure with Trump and his supporters. They held signs with statements such as "Veterans Against Trump" and "Hospitality not Hostility." They shouted chants such as "Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, Donald Trump has to go."
But not everyone was anti-Trump.
This guy was the first to arrive to the rally, hours before it started.
And these folks were happy to be a part.
And we have photos. Lots of photos.