WEST ALLIS -- Donald Trump will no longer campaign in West Allis on Monday, Oct. 17, his campaign said Friday.
Trump's Wisconsin spokesman Matt Schuck says a scheduling conflict led to Trump canceling his event in West Allis, according to a report by the Associated Press.
Trump, who was scheduled to campaign in Wisconsin, will still hold a rally in Green Bay that day.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would not campaign or defend Trump after crude comments he made about women came to light.
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Gov. Scott Walker was previously scheduled to be in New Jersey to speak at a national training event for Republican candidates and will not be in Wisconsin.
There's no word yet on whether Republican Sen. Ron Johnson will appear. His campaign spokesman did not immediately return an email.
A Marquette University Law School poll this week showed Democrat Hillary Clinton leading Trump in Wisconsin by 7 points.