Former President Trump headlined a rally Friday night in Wilmington, North Carolina, to support the campaigns of GOP Senate nominee Ted Budd and House nominee Bo Hines.
Trump spoke at the Aero Center in Wilmington, following remarks by Budd and Hines, who is running in North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District.
Other speakers included Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, Rep. David Rouzer and Michael Whatley, chairman of the N.C. Republican Party.
Rally came about six weeks from Election Day, with Budd and Hines locked in close races against their opponents.
Trump endorsed Budd but joked that had daughter-in-law Laura Trump entered the race, he might have had to rescind the endorsement.
While talking about his first term in office, Trump alluded to running for a second term, said to an enthusiastic crowd, “We may have to do it again.” Trump said, to an enthusiastic response from the crowd, saying “We may have to do it again.”