Donald Trump makes 2 campaign stops in Colorado ahead of final debate

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made two campaign stops in Colorado on Tuesday.

Trump first appeared at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs for a rally.

During the rally, Trump predicted he would win Colorado when voters go to the polls.

"In 21 days we are going to win Colorado and the White House," Trump said.

Trump discussed some of the issues he plans to address if elected. He said he  would push for term limits on members of Congress and would call for a five-year ban on lobbying by former members of Congress.

He repeated several times that he wants to "drain the swamp" in Washington.

Trump also reaffirmed his plan to build a wall along the Mexican border.

"We're going to build that wall and Mexico will pay for that wall," Trump said.

Trump also vowed to crack down on terrorists.

"I'm going to get radical Islamist terrorists the hell out of our country," Trump said. "We have enough problems."

Trump criticized the media several times, saying "about 75 percent" of the media is "dishonest."

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Trump then crossed the state and addressed a crowd at West Star Aviation at Grand Junction Regional Airport.

The Colorado stops came one day before the final presidential debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas.

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