After reiterating his claims that the presidential election is “rigged” on Saturday, Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters in Gettysburg that “Hillary Clinton should have been precluded from running.” But “the FBI and the Justice Department covered up her crimes, which included lying to the FBI and Congress on numerous occasions,” he said. The speech was presented as Trump’s “100-day plan,” with the Republican nominee promising a detailed list of the first moves he’ll make in office. But much of the rally saw Trump lashing out at his detractors. Elaborating on his repeated claims that the election is not being held fairly, he told supporters “1.8 million dead people are registered to vote, and some of them are voting.” It’s not clear where he got that number, and he cited no evidence. He also railed against the several woman who accused him of sexual assault in recent weeks, vowing to take legal action. “All of these liars will be sued after the election is over,” he said to cheers from the crowd.