PERRY, Ga. — For the first time since a pre-runoff visit in January, former President Donald Trump is returning to Georgia to hold a rally for thousands of supporters. And even though Democrats swept those Jan. 5 runoffs, Trump is likely to deliver much the same message.

He’s still fixated on attacking Gov. Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and other Republicans who didn’t back his attempt to illegally overturn the presidential election results in Georgia. And he’s still intent on stoking the GOP feud that dominated the party over the past year by relitigating his 2020 defeat.

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