OTTUMWA, Iowa -- Several Republicans are making their rounds across the state this weekend, including Donald Trump.
The Republican front-runner held a rally in Ottumwa on Saturday morning and addressed the issue of ISIS.
"In the old days, we would beat countries and here we can't beat ISIS,” Trump said. “Well that is going to change.”
Trump's supporters say they like the fact he is a businessman first, not a politician. However, that doesn't mean he has their vote.
"I think everyone is tired of the career politicians, and ready to get a man that makes money and knows how to spend it right and not waste it," Darin Garrett said.
"He has no political favoritism, he is here to help the American people," Bruce Piper said.
Trump is also holding a rally at the University of Northern Iowa Saturday evening.