COLUMBIA Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump will return to South Carolina Saturday with a stop in Aiken.
The billionaire real estate mogul will appear at the University of South Carolina Aiken at noon Saturday. To RSVP to the event, visit Eventbrite.
A Winthrop poll on Thursday showed Trump continuing to lead among Republican voters in South Carolina.
Another presidential candidate, Willie Wilson, who this week was certified on the Democratic ballot in South Carolina, also will be in town this weekend.
Wilson had scheduled appearances in Greenville, Columbia, North Charleston and Hodges this weekend.
Other news making headlines this morning:
Citadel confirms suspensions after cadets filmed in white hoods (The Post and Courier)
Call to track Muslims boosts Trump’s S.C. support among GOP base, worries party (The Post and Courier)
Polls: Trump leads GOP nationally and in South Carolina (USA Today)
Sanford, others in Congress seek halt in search for offshore oil and gas (The State)
SC dam-safety law changes proposed after historic flood (The State)
Aiken County could get refugees anyway, despite resolution rejecting refugee funding (The Aiken Standard)
Trump endorsed by police union after proposing Muslim ban (The Associated Press)
Lawmakers get 3 answers, no satisfaction on process behind SoCal terrorist’s ‘fiancee visa’ (FOX News)
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