GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to visit the valley

After another round of victories for Donald Trump, the GOP frontrunner is heading to Arizona.
Donald Trump has opened a campaign office in Arizona and is looking to add another win in Arizona in next week's Presidential Preference Election.
While waiting for details of the visit, FOX 10's Steve Krafft went to check out the new campaign office near Cave Creek and Beardsley in Phoenix.
The office only has an American Flag out front, but no Trump signs anywhere, no sign on the door, and no doorbell.
So when Trump supporters came by, they were confused how to get in. 
"He knows how to win, and he is talking about what we want, we want a wall, we want borders, jobs, and trade negotiated fairly," said Candance Mann.
As the door swung up for the supporters, FOX 10 got a brief glimpse inside but were not allowed to enter. All we got was a little Trump "Make America Great Again" card. At least, the volunteers were talking. Bob Keck doesn't agree with everything Trump says, but he is with him on building a wall on the Mexican border.
"I am very reasonable, no I don't think all people from Mexico are rapists, but an awful lot of them are, a lot of criminals come across, a lot of drugs come across, they are ruining our country," said Bob Keck.
Trump also has a campaign office in Mesa, on McKellips Road, that one is also not open to the media.
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