Swinging at both Hillary and Bill Clinton, Donald Trump kicked off a two-day, four stop tour of the key swing state of Florida, urging his supporters to ignore recent polls that have shown him edging ahead in the race for the White House.
"Pretend we're down!" Trump said with a smile. "The polls have come up, we're way up in Florida - I shouldn't say that - because I want you to go vote!"
Trump again repeated his familiar campaign stump speech formula of recent days, criticizing Obamacare, going after Hillary Clinton on her emails and the FBI's investigation, and also lobbing a few extra shots at former President Bill Clinton to tie things together.
"Haven't we just been through a lot with the Clintons?" Trump asked to cheers. "Remember when he was impeached for lying?"
"If Hillary Clinton were to be elected, it would create an unprecedented and protracted Constitutional crisis," Trump said.
At his first stop in Miami, Trump took a longer than usual jab at the news media at his first stop in Florida, once more labeling the press some of the "most dishonest people" he has ever dealt with.
"Never before have so many media organizations - old and new - abandoned all pretense of fairness to take sides and try to pick a President," Trump said.
"There has never been anywhere near the media dishonesty like we've seen in this election," Trump added to cheers.
Trump though went a step further, and repeatedly called out the name, Katy, referring to Katy Tur of NBC, who has covered the Trump campaign.
Tur has needed security at Trump events in the past.