Legendary college basketball coach Bobby Knight got the crowd going Friday night during President Trump's rally in Indiana.

Knight coached the Indiana University basketball team for nearly 30 years, winning three NCAA championships.

The Hall of Fame coach explained that people would say "Give 'em hell, Harry" to show their appreciation to former President Truman.

"What I want you to say is very simply this: ‘go get 'em, Donald’," Knight said, after which the crowd chanted the line.


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President Trump was in Indianapolis to support Senate candidate Mike Braun (R), who is in a tight race with incumbent Joe Donnelly (D).

Knight drew basketball parallels to on Friday, saying that Trump is a "great defender."

"That's what he's been. He's been a great defender of the United States of America," he said.

During Friday's rally, Trump touted the country's newest job numbers, as the economy added 250,000 jobs last month.

"We've created 4.5 million new jobs since the election. Nobody would have believed that," he said. "The unemployment rate just fell to the lowest level in more than 50 years, and more Americans are working today than ever before."


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