President Donald Trump will be making an appearance in South Carolina to deliver remarks at an event later this month, revisiting the state for the first time since the summer.
Earlier this summer, in July, Trump marked his return to the state of South Carolina with a large-scale rally that drew in massive crowds for Independence Day weekend.
“There’s nowhere else I’d rather be to kick off the Fourth of July weekend than right here on Main Street, with thousands of hardworking South Carolina patriots who believe in God, family, and country,” Trump stated to the crowd.
President Trump estimated that about 80,000 people attended his Pickens, South Carolina rally.
The 45th president will now be making his way back to the state, visiting Summerville, South Carolina, on Sept. 25. Doors for the event are scheduled to open at 10 a.m. ET, with the program beginning at 2 p.m. and Trump speaking shortly after at 3 p.m.
The 45th president has been dominating the polls in South Carolina, holding large leads in both the 2024 primary and general elections.