Trump sets 'seal the border and stop the invasion' as top priority in NC rally

"Among my first actions upon taking office would be to do a little thing that sort of sounds like common sense."

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At a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina, Saturday, former President Donald Trump vowed to "seal the border and stop the invasion of our country to our country" as a first priority in office. 

In the statement, the former president said, "Among my first actions upon taking office would be to do a little thing that sort of sounds like common sense." 

"Not conservative, not progressive, not liberal." He added. "A thing that probably works for most of the people in this room. Seal the border and stop the invasion of our country!" 

"If Joe Biden's illegal alien migrants do not go back to their countries, we will never get our country back," Trump said later in his speech. "But we're going to take them back because they're not going to go back. We're going to take them back." 

Former President Trump added, "On day one of my administration I will terminate every open border policy of the Biden administration and we will begin the largest domestic deportation operation in American history!” He said, "We have no choice." 

"From the very first day that we take back the White House from crooked Joe Biden, I believe we’re going to have the greatest four years in the history of our country!” Trump claimed. "We're going to do it fast." 

A new Bloomberg-Morning Consult poll this week showed former President Trump ahead of President Joe Biden in 7 crucial swing states. It has him beating Biden in Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania. 

To the enthusiastic crowd in Greensboro, Trump said, “With your help, we will win big on Super Tuesday, and this November, North Carolina is going to tell crooked Joe Biden, ‘Joe, you’re fired!’” 

With former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley still challenging Trump for the GOP nomination, 15 states will host their primary on Tuesday, which is commonly referred to as Super Tuesday, when nearly one-third of the primary delegates are awarded. 

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