Donald Trump Goes West to Campaign in Montana

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - OCTOBER 31: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump addresses a campaign rally at the Deltaplex Arena October 31, 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. With just eight days until the election, polls show a slight tightening in the race. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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President Donald Trump has scheduled a campaign rally in Great Falls, Montana on July 5th.

The president will promote the successes of his presidency along with Matt Rosendale, the Republican challenger running against Democratic Senator Jon Tester.

“This will be another great chance for President Trump to connect directly with patriotic Americans without the filter of the fake news media to celebrate all of the successes of the Trump agenda,” said Michael Glassner, Chief Operating Officer for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. in a statement to reporters.

Trump’s visit will be the second time he has rallied in Montana, first visiting the state in 2015 for a rally in Billings where Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke endorsed his candidacy. Zinke is now the Secretary of the Interior Department.

Rosendale celebrated the announcement in a statement.

“We can’t wait to welcome President Trump to Montana! The President has made winning this race a top priority because we need to end Jon Tester’s liberal obstruction and pass the Trump agenda,” he said.

Trump will travel to Montana after hosting an Independence Day event at the White House.


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