President Donald Trump is continuing to ramp up his campaign schedule this year as he has added a slate of speaking engagements to his agenda in 2023.
He will visit Iowa, New Hampshire, Georgia, Washington, D.C., and Michigan, delivering remarks and meeting with potential GOP voters across the country.
As reported by RSBN, Trump will kick off his rapid-fire agenda of campaign appearances in Iowa this week, traveling on Wednesday and Thursday to meet with supporters before his anticipated appearance at a Fox News town hall event with Sean Hannity.
The town hall is scheduled for June 1 at 9 p.m. ET. Prior to the town hall, he will meet with the Westside Conservative Club at the Machine Shed, a popular Davenport restaurant.
On June 10, the president will deliver remarks at the Republican Party’s annual state meeting at the Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center. Later that evening, Trump will also speak at the North Carolina GOP State Convention, ABC 11 reported.
President Trump will also speak at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority Policy Conference” in Washington, D.C., on June 24. The next day, June 25, he will address the Oakland County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner in the great state of Michigan.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Trump will be presented with a “Man of the Decade” award during the event.
To cap off the end of June, Trump will head to New Hampshire to headline the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women at their annual Lilac Luncheon fundraiser in Concord.
The president will also attend Turning Point Action’s conference this year in West Palm Beach, Florida on July 15 and 16.