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Trump Returns to New Hampshire, the State That Handed Him His First Presidential Primary Victory

The commander-in-chief addresses supporters in the Granite State, talks about a nation that's 'stronger than ever before'

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President Donald Trump is holding a Make America Great Again rally this evening in Manchester, New Hampshire — he kicked off his remarks at about 7:30 p.m. on Thursday evening.

This is the state where he won his first presidential primary victory of the 2016 election — and he’s seeking again to demonstrate his popularity with New Hampshire’s GOP voters.

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He may also take a few swipes at the many Democratic candidates hoping to meet him in the November 2020 election, as the Associated Press noted.

The president almost certainly will address what’s going on with the U.S. economy.

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“I just want to thank you all … We have taken this big, beautiful ship and it’s being turned around very quickly,” Trump said early on in the evening.

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