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So Long, Hillary! Donald Trump Praised For 'Acts Of Kindness' At Ohio Rally

Sep. 30 2016, Published 3:50 p.m. ET

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There is only one candidate who can make America great again — and it's Donald Trump! The presidential candidate was praised during a rally at the New Spirit Revival Center in Ohio for his selfless and caring personality despite opponent Hillary Clinton's accusations.

During the rally, supporter Michael Cohen expressed his disappointment over Trump being branded as a "racist," "sexist" and more.

"As a son of a Holocaust survivor, it's morally wrong to sit back and do nothing when someone who you know is being so viciously attacked day in and day out," he told the crowd. "Not only is Donald Trump not a racist, he believes all people are part of one race, the human race!"

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The backlash against Trump encouraged Cohen to start a national coalition of minorities for his good friend. The coalition has "grown to over 700,000 people from every single race, religious creed and color."

Cohen then began to describe Trump as "generous," "compassionate," "humble" and "honest."

"Everyday Mr. Trump quietly and without seeking recognition does something to help others," Cohen said. "I can go on for hours telling story after story of acts of kindness and care."

The supporter then explained how only Trump could live up to his mantra, "make America great again."

"Make America great again for all people regardless of color, ethnicity or religion because the issues that plague one group plague us all," he said. "He's not doing this for the fame, money or power. He's doing it because he can no longer sit back and watch as America loses its place in the world. America must become strong and great again because a strong America means a strong world and a weak America will continue to allow chaos, terrorism and despair to rain."

He ended his speech by telling supporters that Trump is the only candidate who "will do as he promises!"

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