Trump rallies voters in South Carolina, protesters kicked out mid-rally

Donald Trump came to Rock Hill Friday night to speak to supporters.

Thousands attended the rally to hear from Trump as he continues campaigning in South Carolina.

A state that is considered a major battleground in the race for the White House.

People attending the rally lined up at Winthrop Coliseum early this afternoon.

Some saying they traveled hours just to hear Trump speak and some said they have followed Trump throughout his campaign traveling to a number of his rallys.

Others used the forum as a way to protest his ideas. Security kicking out a number of protesters who interrupted the rally.

Tonight all eyes are on the GOP hopeful in South Carolina as he speaks to first-in-the-south primary voters.

Some in attendance say they're looking to see what Trump can bring to the table as a candidate, others say the business man turned politician already has their vote.

Security is tight. They did a sweep of the grounds earlier and those in attendance had their bags checked and had to go through metal detectors.

Trump spoke on issues including, protecting the second amendment, health care, Medicare and immigration.

"What we're going to do is we are going to have strong boarders and we are going to have the wall and the walls going to be great, and we are going to let people come in and they're going to come in legally and we are going to be really proud of ourselves and we are going to get our country back again," Trump said.

He also talked about building the military.

"We are going fix our military and its going to be so big, and strong, and nobody is going to mess around with us, nobody, nobody, nobody," Trump said.

Whether he wins the nomination or not those who came out to see him in person say it was an experience they will never forget.

The primary election in South Carolina is February 20th.