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Donald Trump rally in Iowa: Ex-president tells thousands, 'We're going to take America back'

Former President Donald Trump returned Saturday for his first visit to Iowa since losing the presidential election in November, launching a multifront assault on President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats he said are taking the nation to the "brink of ruin."

Trump spoke for more than 90 minutes, rattling off a long list of campaign-style promises. He joked about a potential slogan but stopped short of announcing a reelection bid.

"We're going to take America back," he said.

He repeated false claims that the 2020 election was "rigged," including in Arizona, which concluded a review of the state's largest county's votes and found no evidence of a stolen election.

In front of thousands of whipped-up supporters, he endorsed Sen. Chuck Grassley and Iowa's first-in-the-nation caucuses, which have launched the presidential nominating contests for both major political parties for decades.

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