President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign team announced Tuesday that he will hold a rally in Washington, Michigan on the same night and at the same time as reporters gather for their celebration.
“While the fake news media will be celebrating themselves with the denizens of Washington society in the swamp that evening, President Trump will be in a completely different Washington, celebrating our national economic revival with patriotic Americans, the Trump campaign’s chief operating officer Michael Glassner said in a statement.
“The president is really looking forward to highlighting the growing success of his economic policies for Michiganders, including historic deregulation and tax cuts that are delivering a pay raise to working families; resulting in record-low unemployment, remarkable reductions in food stamp enrollment, and a return of the American dream for millions of families,” Glassner said.
The snub is a repeat of last year when Trump held a rally in Harrisburg, PA at the same time the press celebration occurred.
The rally will be held at Total Sports Park in Washington, PA, which is in Macomb County which Trump won by 50,000 votes and 54% of the total in the 2016 election.
Free tickets can be reserved HERE.