DNC unveils mobile billboard criticizing Trump’s healthcare stance ahead of Super Tuesday

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has unveiled a mobile billboard that will make its way through North Carolina and Virginia on Saturday. The billboard will specifically target former President Trump during his visits to these Super Tuesday states.

The mobile billboard, first shared with The Hill, warns that if Trump is re-elected, he will jeopardize your healthcare.

The message on the sign is clear and direct: Medicaid expansion has been eliminated, and abortion has been prohibited across the entire country.

On Saturday, a mobile billboard will be circling in Greensboro, N.C. from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., and in Richmond, Virginia from 5 to 8 p.m. This coincides with Trump, the probable GOP nominee, holding rallies in the respective areas.

On Tuesday, both North Carolina and Virginia will be hosting GOP primaries. During this time, President Trump will be on the ballot, running against his primary challenger Nikki Haley. Furthermore, on Saturday, Haley will be engaging in campaign activities in North Carolina, including a rally in Raleigh.

In the 2020 elections, North Carolina saw a victory for Trump, who garnered close to 50 percent of the vote. Meanwhile, President Biden emerged as the winner in Virginia, securing over 54 percent of the vote.

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