Trump holds rally in Richmond, looks ahead to November

(The Center Square) – Former President Donald Trump made a campaign stop in Richmond ahead of Virginia’s presidential primary, taking his aim at the November election and President Joe Biden.

The rally marked Trump’s second stop after speaking in North Carolina earlier in the day. The former president vowed to “make a big play for Virginia” come November.

Despite the Super Tuesday matchup only days away, Trump appeared to have moved past the primaries, failing to mention former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley by name. Instead, Trump reserved his criticism for Biden and Democrats, including leaders of the country’s largest cities.

The former president focused on the crisis at the southern border and increasing crime, citing the rising crime in the District of Columbia. He vowed if elected, he would take control of the nation’s capital and clean it up.

Trump also criticized the sanctuary laws of Maryland’s Montgomery County after a
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