In keeping with GOP tradition, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump delivered the final GOP weekly address before Election Day, encouraging voters to vote for him and other Republicans on the ballot in order to bring "real change to Washington."
During the three-minute address, Trump touted his campaign as not just another political campaign, but called it a "movement."
"It’s a once in a lifetime chance to take our government back from the donors and the special interests, and return the power to you, the American people," he said.
“Fifteen days ago, I proposed my Contract with the American Voter—a 100 day action plan to bring real change to Washington. We need change so badly. If we win on November 8, and elect a Republican House and Senate, we can finally deliver the change the American people deserve.
“My Contract includes a plan to create 25 million new jobs. We will cut taxes on the middle class Americans by 35 percent, and we will repeal and replace the total disaster known as ObamaCare – it doesn’t work.
Trump went on to explain that his contract with America also includes: ending "terrible trade deals," ending illegal immigration and funding for sanctuary cities, suspending the admission of Syrian refugees, rebuilding the "badly depleted military," bringing back school choice, reducing crime and poverty and restoring the constitution while nominating Supreme Court justices who will do the same.
"At the center of my Contract is my plan to end government corruption. Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the United States, and if she were to win it would create a constitutional crisis like no other," the billionaire businessman said.
"It’s time to close the history books on the Clintons, and to open a bright new chapter focused on the great citizens of our country," he added.
Election Day is now only four days away and the gap between Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton is closer than ever. In fact, according to RealClearPolitics, Clinton leads Trump nationally by an average of less than two points — which amounts to a statistical tie.
Watch the complete address here.