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ADAMS COUNTY, Ill. (WTVO) — Former President Donald Trump held a rally in Western Illinois on Saturday ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.

The event just outside of Quincy was to stump for Congresswoman Mary Miller. She is in a close primary with Congressman Rodney Davis due to new redistricting lines.

Trump also endorsed Darren Bailey for governor, who is the current front runner in the GOP race. He would take on Governor JB Pritzker in November if he wins.

The former president also addressed the Supreme Court overturning abortion rights and guns, and said that everything the January 6 committee is showing is lies. He called out Congressman Adam Kinzinger for being a Republican on the committee.

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Judith Gordon

really. Did you get money from Trump. Probably not. I don't know what is the matter with you people who want Trump back. Didn't he steal enough money from our government!

David Plomin

The ramblings of an old man. If he was sitting in a bar or a park bench doing the same, they’d ignore him. Maybe call for the men in a straight jacket.

Sandy Stone

Trump brags and hates on others for an hour. Big Surprise. He couldn’t pronounce any big words., or state any relevant facts. Hope they got their money up front. He doesn’t pay his bills.


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