CONCORD, N.C. -- Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump promised a crowd in Concord that in five days, they would get the change they have wanted.

At a campaign stop at the Cabarrus County Arena, Trump told a wildly cheering crowd, "In five days we are going to win the great state of North Carolina and we are going to win back the White House."

Trump zeroed in on the FBI's renewed interest in Hillary Clinton's emails, saying she should not even be allowed to run for office.

He told the crowd, "She is likely to be under investigation for many years and also it will probably end up in a criminal trial."

Trump again promised to build a wall that Mexico would pay for and said he would stop companies, including some from North Carolina, from moving to Mexico.

"Freightliner laid off 500 people in Mount Holly and moved the jobs to Mexico."

Trump said he would, if elected, impose a 35% tax on the importation of products from any company that moved to a foreign country.

Using a teleprompter, Trump, for the most part, stuck to his regular stump speech and some of those now readily identifiable lines, closing by telling the crowd, "of course, we are going to make America great again."

Friday, President Obama will be in Charlotte making his second appearance this week in North Carolina for Hillary Clinton.