Donald Trump Calls Indiana Town 'Importantville' in Final Push

Donald Trump Calls Indiana Town 'Importantville' in Final PushOn the eve of the now-crucial Indiana primary, Donald Trump sought to let his final crowd in the state know how important their votes are in this election. Trump’s campaign closed out the Hoosier State as it has in so many states, sidestepping the latest controversial comment, mired in a barrage of omnidirectional attacks, fending off flimsy alliances and, in spite of it all — or perhaps because of it all — remaining supremely confident. In his last address to the people of Indiana, Trump’s remarks were almost a “best of” compilation: He brought up rival Ted Cruz’s birther status, decried the media, hit “low-energy” Jeb Bush and reaffirmed his plans to build a wall.

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