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Donald Trump Confident he'll receive GOP Nomination with Wisconsin win

The scoreboard inside the Nathan Hale Gymnasium said it all: TRUMP - 42 / GUESTS - 0.

It was a nod to his plan to win all 42 Wisconsin delegates in Tuesday's primary.

     "Wisconsin is really important," he said. "If we can win Wisconsin on Tuesday, we're going to blow them out the rest of the way."

Mr. Trump's speech focused on foreign policy and Tuesday's primary. He spent a large portion of the 45-minute address calling out Ted Cruz, referring to him multiple times as "Lying Ted".

     "He's a United States Senator, and he hasn't done anything," said Trump.

The event did not come without protests, both inside and out. At one point a man stood and yelled "The people of West Allis reject you!"

Trump responded in usual fashion, by telling security to "get him out." 

Outside the event, a handful of students gathered to peacefully protest. Thousands of Trump supporters walked by without much interaction. 

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