President Trump To Make Campaign Stops In Multiple States This Week

The Democratic National Convention is happening this week.

While Democrats make tired speeches in support of Joe Biden, President Trump is hitting the road.

Trump is going to visit multiple states, making campaign stops and speaking directly to the American people, something he does best.

Townhall reports:

As DNC Kicks Off, President Trump Plans Multiple Campaign Stops

The Democrat National Convention, albeit virtual, is set to kick off next week. The speakers have been scheduled and the delegates are ready. Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will take the national stage on Wednesday night ahead of presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday evening. Both will make their remarks from Delaware without a crowd.

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Today, each signed the official paperwork to accept their nominations.

But while the Democrat Party attempts to rally around a Biden/Harris ticket, President Trump is hitting the campaign trail in Arizona, Minnesota and Wisconsin next week. He will deliver a series of speeches on “Joe Biden’s failures on Jobs and the Economy” in Yuma, Mankato and Oshkosh.

Vice President Mike Pence has been hitting the ground in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona and will travel to West Virginia over the weekend. Today the Trump campaign released a series of new ads.

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Take a look at this new campaign ad:

This is smart politics.

Trump will stay in the news cycle, even though the Democrats will be having their convention.

Like he did in 2016, Trump is taking nothing for granted.


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