Donald Trump has traded his usual large-scale rallies for an intimate town hall setting.
Trump is taking questions in an Elks Lodge in Salem, New Hampshire in front of a crowd of about 230 people.
The billionaire businessman began by talking about the state's drug crisis, saying that obtaining heroin is now "cheaper than getting candy."
Trump has been criticized by some of his rivals for failing to spend enough time in the state and largely foregoing the kind of one-on-one campaigning that has long been a hallmark of the state.
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