Donald Trump said Thursday he could feel the love in Cleveland.
The Republican presidential nominee spoke with a small group of students, teachers and administrators ahead of a speech at the Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy, which largely serves African-American students.
Trump asked a lot of questions at the round table discussions. He also made several references to feeling good about his visit.
He said, "There is love" in the room and that he can "feel it in the building." He also said there is "a love here that you just don't get at other schools."
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was in the room as well, but did not participate in the discussion.
Trump also shook hands with one of the students, who is 12 and in sixth grade, saying, "He can do anything he wants."