President-elect Donald Trump is promising to "heal our divisions and unify our country" as he prepares to meet with some of the victims of last week's car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University.
Trump asked the crowd at a rally Tuesday night in Fayetteville, North Carolina, "to dream big again as Americans."
He says, "When Americans are unified there is nothing we cannot do — nothing!"
The Republican businessman largely stuck to the script — and, in a change, even stopped the crowd when it started to boo the media. He avoided some of the score-settling and scorched-earth rhetoric that defined his campaign.
Trump is expected to visit Columbus on Thursday, according to a person familiar with the plans but not authorized to discuss them before they are announced.