An attendee holds a campaign sign, affirming that the “Silent Majority Stands with Trump” on guns and other controversial issues in the 2016 presidential race. This was at the start of a campaign rally for GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Sadie Hawkins Day at the Radford University Dedmon Arena in Radford, Va. The single biggest day of voting in the Republican primary is March 1, Super Tuesday, when nearly half of the delegates needed to secure the nomination are up for grabs with Trump favored in most of these contests. Press reports on Monday also were filled with Trump disavowing support from former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke.
An attendee holds a campaign sign, affirming that the “Silent Majority Stands with Trump” on guns and other controversial issues in the 2016 presidential race. This was at the start of a campaign rally for GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Sadie Hawkins Day at the Radford University Dedmon Arena in Radford, Va. The single biggest day of voting in the Republican primary is March 1, Super Tuesday, when nearly half of the delegates needed to secure the nomination are up for grabs with Trump favored in most of these contests. Press reports on Monday also were filled with Trump disavowing support from former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg
An attendee holds a campaign sign, affirming that the “Silent Majority Stands with Trump” on guns and other controversial issues in the 2016 presidential race. This was at the start of a campaign rally for GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Sadie Hawkins Day at the Radford University Dedmon Arena in Radford, Va. The single biggest day of voting in the Republican primary is March 1, Super Tuesday, when nearly half of the delegates needed to secure the nomination are up for grabs with Trump favored in most of these contests. Press reports on Monday also were filled with Trump disavowing support from former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg

Lewis Diuguid: Trump on Sadie Hawkins Day quoted backing away from David Duke

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