MOSINEE — President Donald Trump is coming back to Wisconsin, this time in Mosinee, in the central part of the state.
The president will speak at an event titled the "Great American Comeback" at Central Wisconsin Aviation in Mosinee on Sept. 17 at 8 p.m.
Just before his trip to the Badger State, Trump is set to speak at another event at a local airport in Bemidji, Minnesota.
Trump was last in Wisconsin on Sept. 1, when he flew to Kenosha in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake, protests and unrest.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin released the following statement: “Instead of traveling to Wisconsin to remind us of his disastrous response to the coronavirus, Trump should stay in DC, sign a bill to get relief to workers, and get this pandemic under control. After five months in which Trump deliberately downplayed the virus, 1000 Wisconsinites are dead, hundreds of thousands are out of work, and parents all over the state are terrified that their kids are falling behind. It didn't have to be this bad. Trump has failed at his job. Wisconsin needs action, not more of Trump's lies and excuses.”