Get ready, Iowa: Trump will return to Hawkeye State next week

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump will return to the important state of Iowa again next week, as the important caucuses in January are just a matter of weeks away.

His campaign confirmed on Monday that the president would be delivering remarks in Clive, Iowa, on Monday, Oct.16. He is expected to speak at 4:00 p.m. ET.

The president will speak at the Horizon Event Center.

Preceding his remarks in Clive, the president will additionally speak at a Team Trump Iowa Commit to Caucus Event in Adel at the Dallas County Fairgrounds. Trump is expected to speak there at 2:30 p.m. ET.

Trump’s return to Iowa comes just a week after he gave back-to-back remarks in the Hawkeye State, starting in Waterloo and ending in Cedar Rapids last Saturday. Just days before that, the president gave a speech in Ottumwa, Iowa, and met with farmers in Leighton.

The president has relentlessly gone after the support of prospective caucus-goers in Iowa since launching his 2024 campaign. Between August and September, the president attended the Iowa State Fair and an anticipated Iowa-Iowa State football game.

President Trump’s campaign work in Iowa has paid off, with the most recent 2024 primary election polls showing his dominant support in the state, where he is leading Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., by an impressive 38 points, according to WPA Intelligence.

Nationwide, President Trump had a 56-point lead over DeSantis in the latest SurveyUSA national Republican primary poll. No other candidate netted more than single-digit support in their poll.

Stay tuned on RSBN for more programming information on how to watch President Trump’s upcoming speech in Clive, Iowa, on Oct. 16.

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