TEMPE, Ariz. - Donald Trump Jr. spoke in support of his father's presidential campaign on Arizona State's campus Thursday afternoon.
The rally was held at the Sun Devil Fitness Center on campus.
The candidate's 38-year-old son spoke for about 10 minutes, urging the crowd to be active voters and spread his father's campaign message.
"We have the opportunity to get in there and actually have someone who's going to deliver on a promise," he said, referring to his father.
He also addressed the concerns many millennials have about the economic future.
"If you run your households like the government runs this country, you all will be living in the streets," he said.