BEDFORD, N.H. (WGME) -- One day after Hillary Clinton visited the Granite State, it was Donald Trump's turn.
The republican nominee rallied supporters in Bedford Thursday.
Donald Trump spoke for about a half hour Thursday afternoon to a crowd of a few hundred here at the New Hampshire Sportsplex.
This is his second stop in the Granite State in the past few weeks and comes only a day after Hillary Clinton was campaigning at UNH.
The republican nominee kept his speech short, rarely talking off his script.
He touched on issues he believes hit home for people in New Hampshire.
Like the loss of manufacturing jobs and New England’s growing heroin epidemic.
Thursday's rally comes only a few days after the first presidential debate.
During his speech, Trump insisted he won that debate, saying Hillary Clinton's attacks were unfounded.
He also referenced Clinton’s visit to the Granite State Wednesday when she was joined by Bernie Sanders.
Saying they had a very small crowd, and he believes college students are disappointed.
With only 40 days until the election, Trump says he expects to come back to New Hampshire.