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Trump Tells West Virginia Not to Vote

An emboldened Donald Trump told supporters in Charleston, West Virginia, not to bother voting in their primary next week after celebrating a big victory in Tuesday’s Indiana primary. “I actually wish the primaries were not over. It’s no fun this way,” the presumptive Republican presidential nominee told a crowd of 13,000 at the Charleston Civic Center Thursday night. “You don’t have to vote anymore, save your vote for the general election. Forget this one, the primary’s done.” In a state where the coal-mining industry is still important, Trump briefly wore a hard hat and called himself a friend of the industry. Trump also focused his attacks on Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, alluding to her former President Bill Clinton’s infidelity and called the Clinton Foundation a “scam.”