Trump holds first major rally since debate, teases vice president choice

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Former President Trump returned to the campaign trail, keeping the focus in a Florida appearance on President Biden and his debate performance. Mr. Trump doubled down on some of his controversial policy positions, including immigration. Florida Senator Marco Rubio appeared at the event, heightening speculation that he could be Mr. Trump’s running mate, but there was no announcement. NBC News’ Garrett Haake reports.