PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made a campaign stop in Prescott Valley Tuesday afternoon.

Trump is actually the fourth presidential candidate to visit Prescott Valley over the years and it's been the talk of the town. Doors opened after 11 a.m. and Trump started speaking just after 2 p.m.

To a crowd of thousands of people inside and outside of the Prescott Valley Event Center, Trump spoke for over an hour about his plans for the presidency and the country.

3:09 p.m.

Trump closed, saying "we are going to make America wealthy again. We are going to make America safe again. And we are going to make America great again."

3:05 p.m.:

Trump outlined what he plans to do in the White House starting in 2017:

1. Pass the biggest job-creating tax cut

2. Eliminate unnecessary regulations

3. Stop the jobs from leaving

4. Make childcare affordable

5 . Save the 2nd Amendment

6. Support law enforcement.

7. Rebuild what he called the "depleted" U.S. military and take care of veterans

8 . Appoint justices of the Supreme Court who will uphold an defend the Constitution

9. Rebuild, revitalize and unite America

2:59 p.m.:

Trump mentioned Clinton's emails.

"Hillary Clinton is part of a criminal enterprise that has corrupted our government at the highest levels," he said.

2:50 p.m.:

Trump spoke out against an open-border policy. He gave a long list of names of people he says were killed by illegal immigrants.

The crowd responded with a "build the wall" chant and Trump, in turn, led them in a "who's going to pay for it" chant.

"They don't know it yet, but they are," Trump said referencing his plan to make Mexico pay to build a border wall.

2:46 p.m.:

Trump discussed his plan to keep jobs in the U.S. saying "jobs will leave other countries and come back to the United States."

2:43 p.m.:

Trump stopped his speech and called for a doctor as a supporter appeared to pass out in the crowd.

2:40 p.m.:

Trump said it's "sad to see what has happened to our country."

"Look at China. China drains money out of us like we're a bunch of babies," he said.

2:32 p.m.:

"I think she will actually be worse than Obama if that's possible," Trump said referencing the next four years if Clinton were to win the election.

2:25 p.m.:

Trump spoke out against Obamacare saying on the first day of office he will ask Congress to pass a bill to repeal and replace it.

"This is essential for the people of Arizona."

2:20 p.m.:

Trump mentioned building the wall and again emphasized Mexico will pay for it.

"Drugs and criminal cartels are pouring into our country and no one knows that better than the people of Arizona. We're going to stop it."

2:14 p.m.:

Trump bashed Clinton's policies before a couple of people were seen being escorted out of the arena, Trump continued. He referenced Clinton making her money by being "corrupt."

"I know how the tax codes work better than anyone so I'm going to fix it."

2:09 p.m.:

"In 35 days we are going to win this state and we are going to win the White House," Trump said. "We are going to make America great again, we are going to make America rich again."

2:07 p.m.:

Donald Trump took the stage to Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA."

Trump opened by thanking supporters, saying his economic plan is about "jobs, jobs, jobs," and then wishing his VP partner luck in his debate against Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine Tuesday night.

2:00 p.m.:

Arizona State Treasurer Jeff DeWitt took the stage with a T-shirt cannon and fired shirts into the crowd before leading supporters in a series of "Vote Trump" chants.

1:50 p.m.:

Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham said Arizona will help lead Trump to victory.

"We are going to build a wall and we're going to make America great again."

1:35 p.m.:

Trump-rally regular Sheriff Joe Arpaio took the stage.

Arpaio questioned the city of Phoenix's decision to send a cease-and-desist letter to the Trump campaign before discussing Trump's trip to Mexico, immigration and the wall.

"I was with Donald from day one, I think I know a little about him."

"When he [Trump] says he'll do something, his character will make him do it."

1:26 p.m.:

Former Arizona governor Jan Brewer took the stage. She praised Trump's VP pick Mike Pence and Trump himself before taking shots at Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

"He's [Trump] not afraid to call a Christmas tree a ... well, Christmas tree."

"I never asked people to vote for me because I was a woman."

1:20 p.m.:

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu took the stage highlighting immigration, coal jobs in Arizona, 2nd Amendment rights, the U.S. military, national debt and ISIS.

"I will support Donald Trump's agenda to make America great again."

1:16 p.m.:

National Anthem kicks off Trump rally.

1:00 p.m.:

Earlier in the day, well ahead of Trump's appearance, U.S. Representative Ann Kirkpatrick and other female Democratic legislators denounced the presidential candidate.

12:45 p.m.:

People expected to be left outside as arena can hold only 7,000.

11:40 a.m.:

Doors are open. A man dressed as Elvis Presley was among the first people to get inside the arena.

11:05 a.m.:

Why Trump is in Prescott Valley (per Team 12's Brahm Resnik):

• Arizona is a toss up, Trump leads Clinton by two.

• Yavapai County is one of the reddest counties in Arizona with some of the highest turnouts. Solidifies the base.

• Refueling with fired-up crowd on quick pit stop between Colorado and Las Vegas. First rally for many people.

8:55 a.m.:

Prescott Valley Event Center continued preparing for the event as even more supporters lined up outside.

10:50 a.m.:

Large crowd filled the street outside the arena. Doors are scheduled to open after 11 a.m.

Large Donald Trump crowd gathered outside Prescott Valley Event Center on Oct. 4, 2106. (Photo: Brahm Resnik/12 News)
Large Donald Trump crowd gathered outside Prescott Valley Event Center on Oct. 4, 2106. (Photo: Brahm Resnik/12 News)

8:15 a.m.:

An area for protestors was "fenced off" early Monday morning across the street from the Prescott Valley Event Center.

8:00 a.m.:

People were already camping out for the event starting Monday night.