Donald Trump rallies supporters in Henrico 

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- Presidential front-runner Donald Trump stopped in metro Richmond Wednesday, rallying supporters at Richmond International Raceway in Henrico.

"I love Virginia," Trump said as he took the stage.

His hour plus long speech utilized no Teleprompter with at times appearing Trump followed no script at all.

He discussed his businesses in Virginia including his vineyards and golf courses before going into a policy speech stressing the need for a wall on the Mexican Border and stronger trade deals that penalize companies for moving jobs overseas.

Donald Trump also took time to discuss his latest poll numbers -- which show him in the lead and in some cases beating Hillary Clinton.

"In a head to head poll I beat her by 5 or 6 points -- I love it," Trump said.

Not everything went smoothly for the man known by many as "The Donald." Several protestors were kicked out by Henrico police and hundreds of people left as Trump's lengthy speech continued.

Before driving away in his black suburban, Trump spoke to CBS 6's political reporter Joe St. George about the event.

"Fantastic," Trump said. "A real love fest," Trump added.

When asked about Virginia government and Governor Terry McAuliffe Trump said.

"I've known him for years. I've known him as a democrat  and I've always liked him. I've always liked Terry," Trump said.

Henrico fire officials estimate more than 4000 people attended the event.

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