GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump holds rally in Roanoke

ROANOKE (WSLS 10) - There are only 45 days left until the presidential election.

Thousands of Donald Trump supporters gathered in Roanoke Saturday as he held a rally at the Berglund Center.

The Republican presidential nominee said he wants to bring more jobs to the United States.

"We will cut taxes for all middle and working class households in america we will reduce regulations which will put more money in the hands of the poorest workers," he said.

Trump said if elected, he wants to replace and repeal Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act.  The move is part of a plan intended to improve healthcare and access to health insurance.

"President Obama's plan would reduce premiums by 2,500 dollars a year instead they've surged 5,000 dollars a year more," Trump said.

The GOP Nominee addressed his opponent at the rally and claimed she's not the best representative for women.

Trump questioned why Hillary Clinton has not provided relief for Americans in search of reliable and quality child care.

Trump said he wants to protect the success of African Americans in the country and said he wants to make sure every African American child is fully included in the American Dream.

Many supporters said Trump is the right man to run the Oval Office.

"Trump is for us, so I'm here for Trump too," Ethan Anderson said.