Donald Trump isn't done with Virginia just yet.
The Republican presidential nominee is scheduled to appear at Regent University Saturday, his first stop in the state since he delivered a surprisingly strong, policy-driven speech to a crowd in Roanoke nearly a month ago.
In that speech, Trump gave me a momentary glimpse of what his campaign could have done in the campaign's last weeks to bring Republicans back to his banner and perhaps even sway a few undecided voters.
He talked about the nation's inner cities. He spoke of fighting for minorities, promising to fight for their success and to champion school choice for their kids.
He sounded, almost, kind of, like the late Jack Kemp.
But a month is a lifetime in politics. And since his last visit to Virginia, Trump's campaign has sagged under the weight of his own crude remarks and erratic behavior.
How will he perform at Regent this weekend?