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Trump rallies supporters at campaign stops in Dayton and Toledo

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Posted at 9:56 PM, Sep 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-21 21:56:47-04
TOLEDO, Ohio (WXYZ) —

President Donald Trump told supporters on Monday night in Toledo, Ohio, that the upcoming election is the most important of our lifetimes. He also went on to highlight what he calls his achievements in office.

Rebuilding our military, building a stronger economy and delivering law and order across the country are among the victories Trump says he's secured for Americans.

Speaking to an Oho crowd about a variety of topics, including building a wall, Trump painted a picture of what four more years would look like.

And Trump also turned attention to filling the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, saying different women are being considered for the nomination with a decision to be announced Friday or Saturday.

The president also didn't miss a chance to criticize his opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, describing him as someone who has failed to deliver for Americans.

President Trump's event in Toledo was the second campaign stop in Ohio on Monday. He first stopped in Dayton to hold a rally earlier in the day.