President Donald Trump will hold a “Keep America Great” rally in Ohio next Thursday, according to the president’s reelection campaign.
The rally will start at 7.00 pm August 1 at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati. This will be the fourth rally held in Cincinnati and 29th in Ohio since he launched his race for president in June 2015.
Vice President Mike Pence will also join the president in this rally.
“President Trump looks forward to celebrating his achievements with the great men and women of Ohio,” said Michael Glassner, executive director of the Donald Trump for President campaign committee.
“With a stunning 224,000 jobs created in June, 3.1 percent wage growth over the last year, and unemployment at its lowest point since 1969, President Trump continues to reach new economic heights and create opportunity for Americans across the nation,” Glassner said.
According to Cincinnati Enquirer, President Trump won Ohio in the 2016 election by nearly 9 percentage points, or 450,000 votes, in 2016.
Some Democratic presidential candidates have also made a campaign journey to Cincinnati in recent months, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren in May, and Sen. Bernie Sanders in June.
In his previous re-election rally held in North Carolina on July 17, President Trump-inspired a massive crowd to come and cheer the event on.