(FreedomBeacon.com)- In the last days of the campaign before the midterms, President Trump will have four rallies, the first of which will take place in Iowa on Thursday, the second in Pennsylvania on Saturday, the third in Florida on Sunday, and the final one will take place in Ohio on Monday, the day before the election.
There are gaps in the timetable suggesting a trip to the western states on Friday, possibly Nevada and Arizona, maybe in the works. Rallies are expected to occur on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia. Standard time will be used for demonstrations after Saturday because Daylight Saving Time will expire on Sunday.
Just in time for the end of the campaign season’s cross-country blitz, Trump Force One made its first appearance since leaving office at the rally in Robstown, Texas, which took place the previous Saturday.
The following events have been announced by Trump’s Save America PAC thus far:
The 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, gives remarks in favor of his extraordinary campaign to advance the MAGA agenda by mobilizing voters and spotlighting the slate of candidates for the 2020 presidential election.
Trump Candidates for office in the Great State of Iowa, including Governor Kim Reynolds and Senator Chuck Grassley, have received endorsements from America First.
In the most recent presidential election, more people in Iowa voted for Donald Trump than any other presidential candidate in the history of contemporary politics.
The visit of President Trump comes at a time when the majority of Iowans (73%) believe that Joe Biden and the Democrats are leading the country down the wrong path.
Trump will hold his final rally of the midterm elections in Pennsylvania on Saturday.
Republican Senate hopeful Mehmet Oz is in a dead heat with Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. Doug Mastriano, the party’s ultra-conservative gubernatorial nominee, trailed Democratic Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
After that, Trump will spend the day before the election in Dayton, Ohio, working to increase voter participation for Senate candidate J.D. Vance. Trump advisers claim that the former president has developed a close relationship with Vance.