Donald Trump campaigns in Raleigh

- Republicans made some noise in the Tar Heel State - presidential hopeful Donald Trump held a rally in Raleigh Tuesday night. 

Trump said he was angry about the FBI's decision to not press charges against Hillary Clinton over the email scandal. 

He also pushed the threat of ISIS, calling for a temporary ban on Muslim immigrants as long as ISIS continues to pose a threat. 

"We have many people coming in, and you know what? It just takes a small percentage. But there's something going on, and guess what? We have a leader that doesn't even want to discuss the name of the problem...and the problem is radical Islamic terrorism. And it's a problem. It's a problem," Trump said. 

North Carolina a swing state once again this Presidential Election, playing a key role in who wins the presidency come November. No Republican has won the White House without winning North Carolina since Eisenhower. 

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