President Trump expected to return to Wisconsin next week
OSHKOSH, Wis. — President Donald Trump is expected to return to Wisconsin next week.
The Trump campaign has yet to make an official announcement regarding the trip, but Trump himself mentioned the visit during a “TELE-Rally” with Wisconsin voters Wednesday.
A GOP official confirmed the trip with WLUK-TV and said the president will likely visit Oshkosh on Monday, which would also be the first day of the Democratic National Convention.
A statement from the Democratic Party of Wisconsin said the visit “will be a reminder of [Trump’s] utterly failed presidency at a moment when Democrats are celebrating the opportunity for something better.”
“Wisconsinites are hungry for new leadership, and ready to turn the page on Trump’s dumpster fire of a presidency,” the statement continued. “Every political stunt Trump pulls will only intensify Wisconsin’s excitement about sending Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House.”
The stop would be Trump’s second time in northeast Wisconsin this year, as he toured the Fincantieri Marinette Marine shipyard earlier in the summer.
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