President Trump is expected to hold another campaign rally in Mississippi to stump for Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves as he battles Attorney General Jim Hood for the governorship.
During an exclusive interview with RSBN, President Trump’s 2020 campaign press secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed we can expect to see the president in the Magnolia State within a week and a half.
Several reports suggest President Trump will travel there November 1st just days before the election between Reeves and Hood.
The president had his most recent campaign reelection rally on Thursday at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
President Trump touted the massive crowds suggesting the number of those in attendance was record-breaking for the venue.
The massive rally came on the heels of a Fox News report which suggested the Republican National Committee raised a record-setting amount of money during the month of September.
The RNC reportedly brought in $27.3 million dollars last month as President Trump’s reelection campaign for the White House continues to heat up.
The report also suggests this is the most money raised during a one-month period for both the Democrat and Republican parties ever.
Ronna McDaniel, RNC Chairwoman, weighed in on the unprecedented steam behind the GOP during an interview saying, “While Democrats focus on fighting President Trump, Republicans have prioritized voters and we have another record-breaking fundraising month—the highest ever off-cycle—to show for it.”
Meanwhile, the committee just a couple weeks ago announced it had raised $125 million in the third quarter, has $156 million in the bank, and has raised over $308 million just this year alone.
Representatives for the RNC have clarified the money will go toward turning historically blue states red during the 2020 presidential election.
Some of the states the Trump campaign will reportedly target include Nevada, New Hampshire, and Minnesota.