WEST SALEM — The Trump campaign has announced Donald Trump's third campaign stop in Wisconsin in the last two weeks.
The president will attend a campaign event in West Salem, over in La Crosse County in western Wisconsin, set for Oct. 27, just seven days before Election Day.
Trump will speak at a 'Make America Great Again Victory' rally at MotorSports Management Company, located at N4985b County Highway M, at 4:45 p.m.
The president made a campaign stop in Waukesha last Saturday. A spokesperson for Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport tells TMJ4 News that the Trump campaign had to move Saturday's rally to Waukesha, after a bid to hold it at Mitchell was denied, citing a lease issue.
Prominent members of both the Trump and Biden campaigns have been ramping up their visits to the key battleground state ahead of Nov. 3, as some polls suggest the state will be won by slim margins, just like in the 2016 presidential election.