Trump Holds First Palm Beach Rally Since March Amid Fondling, Narcissism Claims

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 This should be fun.

The Donald arrives in West Palm Beach this morning for his first rally in the county since March. Set to be held at the South Florida Fair Expo Center, it is his fourth Florida appearance this week following a Tuesday rally in Panama City Beach and Wednesday rallies in Ocala and Lakeland.

This morning, he faces three women's complaints that he fondled them — two in the New York Times, from whom he has demanded a retraction — and one in the Palm Beach Post

Trump has gone on the warpath the last few days. Yesterday, he posted this anti-Clinton ad at the same time he was speaking to thousands of supporters in Lakeland.

An attorney, James Herb, asked a judge last week to require psychiatric tests of Trump, whom he says "meets the criteria to be diagnosed as having histrionic and narcissistic personality disorders."

Doors this morning open at 9 a.m. 

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