President Trump to deliver remarks at MAGA rally in Lansing, Michigan
President Donald Trump gestures while speaking during the first presidential debate Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

The Trump Campaign announced the president will be delivering remarks at a Make America Great Again rally on Tuesday, October 27th.

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The rally is scheduled for 2 p.m. in Lansing at the Capital Regional International Airport. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. 

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The Michigan Democratic Party released the following statement on behalf of Chair Lavora Barnes on the announcement of Trump’s Lansing rally:

“Yet again, Donald Trump is coming to Michigan to showcase his reckless disregard for our lives as COVID-19 cases spike. From day one of this crisis, Trump has lied, dodged responsibility, and refused to take this deadly pandemic seriously while Michigan pays the price. Now, over 7,000 have died, over 150,000 have been sickened, and countless have lost their jobs or been forced to shut down their business while Trump tanks the economy. Meanwhile, Trump said on the debate stage on Thursday that Americans are learning to “live with” coronavirus, nevermind the destruction the virus has caused Michigan and the country. There’s nothing Trump can say or do at his rally to make Michigan voters forget the devastation he is forcing on our state and we are turning out in droves to reject his destructive agenda, voting early in-person and on election day for Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Gary Peters, and Democrats up and down the ballot.”

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