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A federal judge is deciding whether a young Ohio man's bond should be revoked as he awaits trial on a charge he tried to rush the stage at a Donald Trump rally.

Judge Sharon Ovington scheduled a hearing Monday afternoon on 22-year-old Thomas DiMassimo's bond. She earlier this month found that he violated conditions she set in March allowing him to be free under his own recognizance.

It wasn't clear what conditions he violated, but she ordered him to be electronically monitored and placed on home detention.

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GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump made his first trip back to Ohio since the primary. He went to Belmont County, where his campaign against a global economy played well back in March and continued to play well last night.

Trump had plenty of lines that drew cheers – building a wall, dishonest reporters, water-boarding suspected terrorists. But his chief target was  trade deals – a red flag for a region whose steel and coal industries are struggling.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION

  As polls show likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is trailing presumptive Democratic choice Hillary Clinton, reports are again surfacing that Republicans will be making moves to try to change the rules for next month’s convention in Cleveland. And that’s a tactic that’s been used in past conventions too.

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A man arrested after trying to jump on the stage at Republican Donald Trump's campaign rally in Dayton reportedly told police he planned to grab the microphone and yell that Trump is a racist but didn't intend to hurt anyone.

One Arrest, Many Disruptions At Dayton Trump Rally

Mar 12, 2016
Donald Trump appeared at the Dayton International Airport Saturday
Steve Bognar

Donald Trump held a rally outside Dayton Saturday morning, after canceling his appearance in Chicago the night before, due to what he said were safety concerns. His appearance was disrupted several times by protesters, who appeared to act alone as they interrupted his speech.

Thousands of people lined up beginning early in the morning, vying for standing spots inside a hangar at the Wright Brothers Aero expo center next to the Dayton International Airport in Vandalia.

 

Trump Makes Campaign Stop In Columbus

Mar 2, 2016
President Donald Trump is set to rally in Southwest Ohio this week.
Andy Chow / Ohio Public Radio

As voters in a dozen states cast their ballot for who they want as their presidential nominee, frontrunner Donald Trump made a big campaign stop in Ohio. 

While dramatic, instrumental music blasted over the speakers inside an airport hangar, Donald Trump’s private jet swooped down and landed in front of several thousand supporters.

It was the moment 21-year-old Anthony Cardosi of Westerville had been waiting for all morning long.

“I got here at like 4:30, 5 o’clock A.M. I was the first in line.”

How Kasich And Trump Compare On Economic Policy

Mar 1, 2016
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Super Tuesday aside, Ohio governor John Kasich says he will stay in the presidential race at least until Ohio’s March 15 primary. But he’s lagging behind Donald Trump in the polls even in Ohio. Kasich has run largely on his record in Ohio, and particularly his leadership around growing the economy.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is bringing his campaign to Ohio ahead of the state's important March 15 primary.

Trump is scheduled to appear Tuesday at a hangar at Port Columbus International Airport. It marks his second campaign stop in Columbus, where GOP rival John Kasich (KAY'-sik) is governor.

Kasich has repeatedly said he's confident he will win his home state, despite some polls showing Trump prevailing. Kasich is scheduled to spend next week in Massachusetts, Vermont and Michigan.

New Poll Shows Trump Leading Kasich Among Ohio GOP Voters

Feb 23, 2016
Office of Governor John Kasich

The latest Quinnipiac poll of Ohio voters shows not even Governor John Kasich can top Donald Trump among Republicans in the state, and Hillary Clinton has a big advantage over Bernie Sanders.

Republican presidential contender Donald Trump is threatening to sue his fellow candidate, Republican Gov. John Kasich.  The Kasich super PAC New Day for America says it got a letter from Donald Trump’s lawyers, threatening legal action over a new ad that begins, "On the job training for president does not work."

 

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