Excerpt from Quartz
By Kira Bindrim
As Hillary Clinton basked in the glow of her official nomination on Friday, Donald Trump was stumping in Colorado, a swing state with a growing population that could prove crucial come November.
Trump kicked things off by complaining about the fire marshal’s refusal to let more people into the Colorado Springs auditorium, which had a capacity of 1,500.
“They won’t let them in, and the reason they won’t let them in is because they don’t know what the hell they’re doing, that’s why,” Trump said into the microphone. “Maybe they’re a Hillary person.”