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LIVE FEED: Trump, Pence speak at northern Indiana rally


President Trump looks on after signing an executive order on "Supporting our Veterans during their Transition from Uniformed Service to Civilian Life" on Jan. 9. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will appear at a rally Thursday night in Elkhart, Indiana.  Tribune News Service

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are speaking live tonight at North Side Middle School in Elkhart, Indiana.

The planned rally comes just two days after Indiana's Congressional primaries, with Trump and Pence in town to elicit support for Republican Indiana Senate challenger Mike Braun. 

Braun ran away with an unexpected win Tuesday night over GOP primary contenders Luke Messer, R-6th District and Todd Rokita, R-4th District.

Follow live updates from the rally below and check back at for extended coverage after the event.

No protesters currently.

The newly minted Republican nominee for Indiana's upcoming Senate race, Mike Braun, is at the rally.

Rally is set to start shortly.

Mike Pence takes the stage. The crowd begins chanting "USA, USA, USA."

Pence praises Trump's efforts at getting American hostages home from North Korea and tells supporters the Trump administration is going to build the wall on the southern border with Mexico.

Pence verbally attacks Sen. Joe Donnelly, D-Indiana, saying Indiana deserves better.

Trump takes the stage. Once again chants of "USA, USA, USA" echo through the gymnasium.

Trump talks former IU Basketball Coach Bobby Knight.

The conversation transitions to November and the upcoming general election.

Trump's slogan is changing, he says.

Trump backs Braun to beat Donnelly come November.

Talk switches to immigration and Trump's promise to build a wall.

Trump says he negotiated a cheaper deal for moving the embassy to Jerusalem. 

Attacks on the media follow.

Trump calls Iran deal the worst deal 'ever.'

2018 election predictions from Trump.

Trump finishes his speech, calls for people to support him.

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