WASHINGTON (AP) -- President-elect Donald Trump is holding the final rally on his postelection victory tour in a football stadium in Mobile, Alabama, where he held the biggest rally of his campaign.
Trump said he's been told that once he's president he should stop holding such rallies. But the president-elect said he was going to keep doing them because it allows him to get his message out without going through the news media.
The raucous rallies have been his primary form of communication since the Nov. 8 election. He has not held any news conferences where he would have to take questions from journalists and done few interviews.
As at previous rallies, he went through a lengthy recap of his Election Night win, ticking off his victories state by state.
Trump was joined at Saturday's rally by GOP Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, his pick for U.S. attorney general.