Trump Holds Huge Rally In Selma, North Carolina (VIDEO)

Trump held a big rally in Selma, North Carolina on Saturday night.

He took aim at Biden and the Democrats on a number of topics, including education, illegal immigration and the economy.

Once again, Trump sounded like a man who is running for office again in 2024.

FOX 8 in North Carolina has details:

Former President Trump holds ‘Save America’ rally in Johnston County

Former President Trump took the stage to a thunderous roar at a rally in central North Carolina early Saturday evening.

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People started showing up a day earlier at “The Farm at 95″ Friday to see Trump speak. Hundreds of also people began camping out Friday ahead of the “Save America” rally.

The doors to the event opened at 2 p.m. Saturday and within hours, hundreds of people had chosen their seats at the rally.

Trump took the stage just after 7 p.m. and began speaking to thousands, as many waved “Save America” placards.

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The former president spoke for the first several minutes about illegal immigration and the public health law known as Title 42.

The Biden administration has announced it was winding down a public health law that has limited asylum-seekers in the name of preventing the spread of COVID-19. Title 42 authority is now set to expire in May.

Border Patrol officials say they are planning for as many as 18,000 arrivals daily once Title 42 authority expires. Last week, about 7,100 migrants were coming a day to the southern U.S. border.

Trump spoke for about 25 minutes before he introduced one of several candidates who he has endorsed in North Carolina races.

It was a huge crowd.

North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson was a big hit.

Watch some video highlights below:

What an event!


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