Trump brought in a capacity crowd.

WAVY News reported.

Donald Trump speaks at Regent University forum

Donald Trump spoke at a Regent University forum in Virginia Beach Wednesday, fresh off of winning the Republican presidential caucuses in Nevada, which gave the billionaire businessman three straight wins in the race for the GOP nomination. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are vying for second place, far ahead of John Kasich and Ben Carson.

Trump began his speech at Regent acknowledging his big win in Nevada. “We did great with evangelicals,” he told the capacity crowd. After a few opening remarks, Trump brought his sons Don and Eric out on stage.

Preliminary entrance polls taken of Republican caucus-goers show that nearly 6 in 10 are angry at the way the government is working, and about half of them supported the billionaire businessman.

Trump was also supported by about 6 in 10 of those who said they care most about immigration, and nearly half of those who said they care most about the economy.

He addressed these issues during the forum. On immigration, he said, “People can come into the country, but have to be legal.” He added, “The Pope came out against me. Have you seen the wall around the Vatican?”

Trump sat down for a one-on-one interview with Regent founder and televangelist Pat Robertson for the remainder of the forum. Robertson asked Trump about taxes. He said he plans to cut them substantially, then talked about how China is “robbing” the U.S.