President Trump to make visit to Charleston on August 21
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) —
President Donald Trump will be returning to Charleston in his sixth visit to West Virginia.
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. announced Thursday that Trump’s next Make America Great Again rally will be held in Charleston at 7 p.m. on Tuesday Aug. 21 at the Charleston Civic Center.
At the rally, Trump is expected to discuss record-low unemployment and rising incomes, according to a news release from Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. The release said Trump is also expected to discuss his fight to secure full funding to build the border wall.
“We are pleased to announce that President Donald Trump will be featured in our next Make America Great Again rally in Charleston, West Virginia on Tuesday, August 21st,” Michael Glassner, Chief Operating Officer for Donald J. Trump for President, Inc said in a release. “President Trump loves the people of West Virginia and looks forward to celebrating with them our booming economy that’s delivering record job growth and rising incomes to hardworking West Virginia families. The President will also use the rally to remind voters what’s at stake in the midterm elections this fall, and encourage all West Virginians to get out and vote for Patrick Morrissey in his race to defeat Joe Manchin for the Senate and help protect and expand our GOP majorities in the House and Senate.”
Charleston Civic Center doors will open at 4 p.m. You can register for passes online here.
Trump last visited West Virginia in July when he was at the Greenbrier during A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier.