PLYMOUTH, N.H. (TheBlaze/AP) — Republican frontrunner Donald Trump appeared a little off his game Sunday, holding a rally that many in the audience decided to leave early.

Trump’s rally at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire, seemed to fall flat with many of the students and undecided voters in the crowd.

Forty-five minutes into his speech, a steady stream of attendees were seen leaving as Trump railed against U.S. trade policy.


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at Plymouth State University Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, in Plymouth, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Dave Ross of Seattle’s KIRO-FM also noted a “steady stream of people leaving”:

Katie Tur of NBC News noticed as well:

Devin-Jean McCormack is an independent voter and graduate student torn between Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders. She called Trump’s speech scattered. Her mother, Louise McCormack, agreed, but the professor at the college says she is leaning toward voting for Trump.

The billionaire businessman began his day with a stop at a Manchester restaurant. He spent less than five minutes greeting diners before sitting down for his own breakfast.