Donald Trump supporters lined streets in De Pere and Appleton Wednesday hoping to listen to the GOP frontrunner as he visited Northeast Wisconsin. Trump also spent time in Green Bay for a Town Hall discussion with MSNBC's Chris Matthews on the campus of UW-Green Bay.
Immigration and trade policies highlighted Trump's speeches, but he also tailored his talk in De Pere at St. Norbert College to fit the younger crowd.
Trump decided to give some advice to the large number of college students in the auditorium about success.
"You have to work really hard," Trump said. "The harder you work, the luckier you get."
His emphasis on success was something that went over well with his supporters.
"I think he in person presents himself much more in a positive manner than we see in the media," said Dawn Phare of Sobieski.
Not everyone agreed.
"His message of hate and dividing people is just wrong," said St. Norbert student Julia Camarillo.
After his talk at St. Norbert College, Trump headed to the Radisson Paper Valley hotel in Appleton for a larger event. While his speech was different, he still touched upon many of the same topics such as fighting ISIS, change U.S. trade agreements, and the importance of the Wisconsin primary next week.
"People don't like the way he talks but the truth hurts sometimes and that's really the point," said Trump supporter Chad Kenno of Appleton.
Next week, we'll find out if other Wisconsin voters feel the same way.