Trump has announced the location of his next rally. On April 27th, the night of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, he will be in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It’s a great choice.
FOX News reports:
Trump campaign announces Wisconsin rally on night of correspondents’ dinner
The Trump campaign on Tuesday announced a ‘Make America Great Again’ rally in Wisconsin for April 27—the same night as the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
The rally, which will be the Trump campaign’s eighteenth in Wisconsin since June 15, will be held in Green Bay for the third time.
“President Trump looks forward to sharing the successes of his administration with the great people of Wisconsin,” Michael Glassner, chief operating officer of Donald J. Trump for President Inc., said in a statement.
“Under President Trump’s leadership, paychecks are now growing twice as fast for those in the bottom half of the income spectrum. Unemployment has hit generational lows, and the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement will open Canadian dairy markets to farmers all across Wisconsin,” he added.
Presidents traditionally attend the dinner, but Trump signaled earlier this month that, for the third time since taking office, he would not attend the event.
A recent election in Wisconsin has been described as a good sign for Trump’s chances of winning the state in 2020.
From the New York Post:
This tiny election proves Trump’s coalition is alive and well
Less than a month ago, conservative Judge Brian Hagedorn was a dead man walking.
As he raced against liberal Judge Lisa Neubauer for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, the local press portrayed him as an anti-gay extremist and bigot. They called out the Christian school he founded for its code of conduct stipulating “no sex outside of marriage between a man and a woman.”
Never mind that this code of conduct is common practice at private religious schools across the country…
Finally, in the last week before the election, the Republican State Leadership Committee delivered a cash Hail Mary for Hagedorn. Their million-dollar ads prominently showcased President Trump as a booster of the conservative Supreme Court, saying he is “defending our rights, all thanks to your vote.” The ads also noted that extreme out-of-state special-interest groups were spending millions to back liberal Neubauer and “spreading false attacks against conservative, rule-of-law Judge Brian Hagedorn, just like they did against Justice [Brett] Kavanaugh.”
This reminder of Trump’s record on conservative justices, twinned with voters sympathetic to the issue of religious liberty, delivered a one-two punch.
Against all odds, Hagedorn won the state, including two Democratic-leaning counties, Racine and Kenosha — just like Trump did in 2016.
We look forward to posting video of the Wisconsin rally when it happens.