President Trump will be heading to Council Bluffs, Iowa, after celebrating Independence Day.
Details were released to his website Thursday, noting that the event will take place on Friday, July 7, at the MidAmerica Center.
Team Trump posted about President Trump’s lead over Ron Desantis in key states, including Iowa, just hours before the announcement.
This also comes after June polls displayed that “Iowans are all for President Trump,” per RSBN.
President Trump’s connection with the people of Iowa is also bolstered by the promise that he plans to host America’s 250-year celebration at the state’s fairgrounds, via RSBN.
He stated, “Three years from now, the United States will celebrate the biggest and most important milestone in our country’s history — 250 years of American Independence. That’s why as a nation, we should be preparing for the most spectacular birthday party. We want to make it the best of all time.”
But that cannot be fulfilled until after he wins the 2024 presidential election, so President Trump continues to reach out to the people of Iowa as his campaign moves ahead.
This next event opens at 10:00 a.m. ET, with remarks delivered at 1:00 p.m. ET. Those interested in attending can register online.