President Trump announces his next campaign stop in ‘The Badger State’

2D8KC28 October 30, 2020 - President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally held at Austin Straubel Airport in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Ricky Bassman/Cal Sport Media

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President Donald J. Trump is returning to the great state of Wisconsin next week for a major campaign event.

The Trump campaign announced that on Tuesday, June 16, Trump will speak to voters in Racine, Wisconsin, about Joe Biden’s “failed presidency.” His remarks will begin at 4:00 p.m. ET.

President Trump won Racine County by a four-point margin in 2020. His return to the county demonstrates his dedication to the people of Wisconsin and his resolve to secure victory in crucial swing states.

The Trump campaign wrote in a statement, “President Donald Trump loves the people of Wisconsin. President Trump will ease the financial pressures placed on households and re-establish law and order in Wisconsin!”

“We can Make America Great Again by tackling lawlessness head-on, ceasing the endless flow of illegal immigrants across our southern border, and reversing the detrimental effects inflation by restoring people’s wealth,” it continued.

RSBN will be LIVE with all-day coverage of this event. Stay tuned for more details!

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