Trump makes campaign stops in Illinois, Wisconsin

Today, the Trump campaign swings through the Midwest with stops in Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.

Trump spoke to a crowd Wednesday night in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

This morning, in Chicago, the Republican presidential candidate talked about jobs.

“I'm very good for jobs,” he told the crowd. “I will be the greatest president for jobs that God has ever created, that I can tell you. I'm very strong on jobs and the economy.”

Trump met with the Polish National Alliance in Chicago where he pledged to be a friend to Poland.

“As president, I will honor Poland's sacrifices for freedom,” he said. “We're committed to a strong Poland.”

Not everyone welcomed the billionaire businessman. Anti-Trump graffiti was sprayed on the building where he spoke.

Later, in Bolingbrook, a group calling itself Suburban Families Against Hate demonstrated outside a high-dollar Trump fundraiser.

Democrats continued to pound Trump. Today, Michelle Obama seized on Trump’s comments about a former Miss Universe contestant.

“If a candidate regularly and flippantly makes cruel and insulting comments about women, about how we look and how we act, well, sadly, that's who that candidate really is,” she told a crowd in Phildelphia.