President Trump’s reelection campaign announces another ‘Keep America Great’ rally, set for the Lone Star State later this month.
The Trump campaign announced Monday the rally will take place October 17 in Dallas at the American Airlines Center, a venue with 20,000 seating capacity.
Michael Glassner, Chief Operating Officer of Donald J. Trump for President Inc., weighed in on the rally announcement saying, “Under President Trump’s leadership, 774,400 jobs have been added in Texas, including 70,700 manufacturing jobs — a dramatic reversal from the 55,400 lost during the Obama administration.”
This comes just a few days after the Trump campaign announced a rally to take place in Minneapolis on October 10, as the 2020 reelection campaign begins to heat up.
The campaign made the announcement last week saying it will take place at the Target Center, in Rep. Ilhan Omar’s district, with the president’s slated remarks to begin at 7 p.m. CDT.
The announcement comes as the Trump campaign has started to begin efforts to flip the historically blue state red, and garner the 10 electoral votes for President Trump in the upcoming election.
The Trump campaign’s press secretary Kayleigh McEnany spoke to local media regarding the upcoming visit saying, “We expect this to be a packed house with many thousands waiting outside as is often the case.”
According to McEnany, President Trump is expected to discuss the ongoing economic boom, and how it has impacted both job growth and the manufacturing revival within the state.
According to the Trump campaign, the state of Minnesota has endured a decreased unemployment rate and an additional 56,100 jobs.
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