He also promised to cancel "billions" in USA payments to the United Nations for its climate change program, instead using the money "to fix our our own environment".
Before laying out his plans, Trump listed the obstacles he says he is facing in a "rigged system", including allegations of voter fraud, Clinton's eligibility as a candidate and the "dishonest mainstream media", topics that garnered cheers from the audience.
On the economy, Trump vowed to create over 25 million jobs in one decade, renegotiate USA global trade deals and cancel billions in payments to the United Nation's climate change programmes to use the money to invest domestically. It's a contract between Donald J. Trump and the American voter and it begins with bringing honesty, accountability and change to Washington, D.C. Reporter: Donald Trump outlined his first five score days in office committing to overturn trade deals and Obamacare but making slight changes to his promises on immigration.
"The parts that grabbed everybody's attention, and that he seemed most personally invested in, were all the scores that he needs to settle, the people he is mad at", Kaine said.
More than 4.4 million votes have already been cast.
He has also accused democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee of prompting the dozen or so women to come forward against him. 'I respect that. I want to answer them.
Mocking his "first 100 days in office" speech, Republican political consultant John Weaver - who worked for Ohio Gov. John Kasich during the GOP primaries - said, "I'm reading up on the Patriots playbook so I can play linebacker".
After that, she said a man, possibly Trump, called her to offer her $10,000 if she would have sex with him, which she declined.
"Over the last few weeks, Donald Trump has further proven that he is temperamentally unfit and dangerously unqualified to serve as president and commander-in-chief", stated Corey Dukes, the Clinton campaign state director.
"I have no concerns about the first question whatsoever", the Democrat responded. The two are in the midst of a joint campaign swing through the battleground state of Pennsylvania.
Near the hallowed grounds of Gettysburg, Donald Trump laid out his strategy Saturday for the battle ahead. Trump's campaign said the accusations were false.
"I am asking you to dream big", the 70-year-old business tycoon asserted.
With 17 days to go until the election, the Real Clear Politics aggregate has national polls showing Clinton with a lead of more than six points.
And what's going to happen to those women Trump can't even remember?