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Trump Rally in Martinsburg

With eight days until Election Day, President Trump looked to rally voters in a county where he won more than 70 percent of the vote in 2016.

In his second stop in Central Pennsylvania in as many weeks, President Trump made his closing argument for re-election.

Thousands packed into the Altoona-Blair County Airport hours before President Trump’s arrival, as he gave an overview of what he says he will do if given another four years in office.

He continued to call out his opponent Joe Biden, using the Vice President’s words from their last debate, and continued to push the claims from that alleged abandoned laptop of Hunter Biden.

He also bashed his critics.

President Trump’s speech came hours before the senate approved Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination for the Supreme Court.

With the election quickly approaching, the President made a final pitch that he deserves another four more years in the White House.

Local leaders spoke before the President, telling the crowd that the President kept his promises when he was in Blair County four years ago and that they need to get out to vote if they haven’t done so over the next eight days.

Martinsburg was President Trump’s third Pennsylvania stop of the day. He’s scheduled to campaign Tuesday in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska.

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