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Trump victory lap

Freds Rivertown Alehouse
Published:2016-12-01 Business
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Trump victory lap

President-elect Donald Trump is poised to take a victory lap on Thursday, appearing first in Indiana to salute workers at a factory where he says he saved hundreds of jobs from moving to Mexico and then in Ohio on the first stop of a "Thank You Tour" to honor the supporters in states that helped him to his stunning victory.

The Midwest swing will be the first time that Trump, who has shown an early inclination to revel in the role of showman-in-chief, has barnstormed across the country since the campaign. But now his signature rallies will carry the imprimatur of president-elect. And both stops will feature Trump declaring victory after a campaign built on the lament that "we don't win anymore" as a nation.

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