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Trump holds Republican fundraiser on Palm Beach

Posted at 4:30 AM, Mar 21, 2016

GOP front runner Donald Trump spoke Sunday night at Mar-a-Lago for a Republican Party fundraiser. This comes just days after a decisive win in the Florida primary.

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Hundreds of people signed up months in advance to see Trump. This was not a formal campaign event, but Trump did not hold back on trying to gain momentum heading into another Tuesday primary.

The GOP front runner hit on all the usual issues. He talked about Cuba with the president landing in Havana on Sunday.

"I'm OK with the Cuban situation, but I want to tell you, they should be making a good deal," said Trump.

A number of big Florida names, including Dr. Ben Carson and Attorney General Pam Bondi, were in attendance Both have already endorsed Trump for president.

"Donald Trump [is] straight forward and no nonsense," says Bondi.

"We will bring our party together.  We will win, and we will win by numbers you have never seen before," said Trump.

Trump also said Sunday that he plans to release the names of five to 10 conservative judges to be nominated for the Supreme Court to replace the spot vacated by the death of Antonin Scalia.