In the past week, Donald Trump has taken aim at Hillary Clinton, who has yet to concede the presidency to his Republican opponent.

And on Wednesday night, he will hold a rally in New York City, a venue he has called a “mess.”

But his rally, which will be held in what has become a major political battleground, is also a rare opportunity for a political candidate to deliver a major speech.

Trump will be joined by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a man known for his fiery rhetoric and colorful imagery.

Giuliani has called Trump a “basket of deplorables” who is “unfit to serve as president of the United States.”

And he has praised Trump’s feud with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, saying it will help build momentum against Clinton.

“You see it,” Giuliani told the crowd.

“You see that.

And you see the way he’s going after her, she’s going to lose.”

The rally will be the first of the Trump campaign’s “Winter White House Tour” to be held outside Washington, D.C., a stop that will be accompanied by a tour of the White House and a rally with former President Bill Clinton.

The former president is scheduled to join Trump at the event, which is scheduled for 4 p.m.

EDT (1600 GMT).

Giuliani has been a consistent critic of Clinton.

But he has also used social media to make his case for Trump.

On Twitter, he posted an image that showed Clinton holding a copy of the Constitution.

In the tweet, Giuliani called the document “the most radical document in the world.”

Giuliani also said Clinton’s health issues are “the greatest threat to her Presidency,” and he called on Trump to “let this one go.”

“Let the American people decide what’s best for them, and let us not wait for another year to decide,” Giuliani said.

Clinton has faced a barrage of criticism since her defeat.

The Vermont senator was plagued by an alleged plagiarism scandal and her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state.

She lost the popular vote to Trump, who was reelected in November.

Trump also faced widespread criticism for his response to the Charlottesville protests.

In response to Trump’s remarks about the white supremacist rally, a number of prominent Republicans, including House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, called on him to rescind his comments.

“I’m disappointed that he is continuing to say something that would hurt us all,” Ryan said in a statement.

“But I am confident that our leaders will step up and do everything they can to address the very real challenges facing the country and our great nation.”

In addition to Trump and Giuliani, several other Republicans have spoken at rallies this week.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) has also been at Trump rallies, as well as members of the Republican Party.