Trump schedules New Hampshire rally as he leads polling

H8DG48 File Photo : October 6, 2016 Sandown, New Hampshire, United States: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigning at Sandown Townhall, in Sandown, NH. (Photo by Keiko Hiromi/AFLO)

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President Donald Trump plans to hold a rally in New Hampshire in less than two weeks as the 2024 primary elections inch closer for key early voting states, a press release confirmed.

The 45th president will be holding a rally in Durham, New Hampshire, described as a historic town home to the University of New Hampshire and located near the Great Bay. Trump will be hosting the event at the Whittemore Center Arena on Saturday, Dec. 16. 

Doors for the event are scheduled to open at 11:00 a.m. ET with the program beginning at 1:00 p.m. and Trump scheduled to deliver remarks at 2:00 p.m. 

Trump has been dominating the polls for key early voting states, like New Hampshire. A new CNN New Hampshire primary poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, stated that Trump “is now the most personally popular candidate among GOP Primary voters.”

The survey found that 42 percent of “likely primary voters” will be choosing Trump for the Republican nominee. In fact, the 45th president garnered the most support from “self-described” conservatives, 61 percent, and libertarians, 44 percent, according to the data.

Trump has made several visits to New Hampshire, with his most recent trip on Nov. 11.

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