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Trump To Rally In Minnesota, Which He Lost In The 2016 Election

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Trump To Rally In Minnesota, Which He Lost In The 2016 Election

Trump To Rally In Minnesota, Which He Lost In The 2016 Election

President Donald Trump’s first campaign rally since Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry against him will be in Minnesota.

Minnesota was a state he lost in 2016 but is hoping to pick up in the 2020 elections.

He lost the state by 1.5 percentage points to Democrat Hillary Clinton.

According to Reuters, Trump’s path to re-elections depends on winning over farm and Rust Belt states.

Yet no Republican has won Minnesota since Richard Nixon in 1972.

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