President Trump is moving-up his next visit to Wisconsin.
The Trump Campaign yesterday announced the president will visit Mosinee on Thursday at 8 p.m.. The president was originally scheduled to speak to a crowd at the airport in Mosinee on Friday night. The campaign says the president is moving the visit up to accommodate a busy campaign schedule.
Vice President Mike Pence is touting the Trump Administration’s law and order message in the Midwest.
He rallied supporters yesterday in Janesville, Wisconsin, saying the administration will always support law enforcement and won’t ever defund the police. Pence claimed Democratic nominee Joe Biden would double down on the approach that has resulted in cities around the country seeing violence.
Pence also touted President Trump’s move to send in federal law enforcement officers to Kenosha to help stop the violence following the police shooting of Jacob Blake.