Skip to comments.President Trump to Return to Minnesota Next Week
Posted on 09/26/2018 2:52:55 PM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
President Donald Trump will make his second visit to Minnesota this year next week.
The Republican Party of Minnesota announced Wednesday Trump will visit Rochester Oct. 4.
"We are jumping through the roof with excitement to welcome our great and fearless leader, President Donald J. Trump, back to Minnesota next week," Republican Party of Minnesota Chairwoman wrote in a release.
Trump visited Duluth in June and has backed Pete Stauber in the 8th Congressional District race.
Vice President Mike Pence also visited Duluth in August.
I’d love for him to make a trip to Rochester to stump for Jim Hagedorn in the 1st CD.
I’m certain that is why he is coming to Rochester.
Reading comprehension skills (or the lack thereof) are not my friend today! When I saw he was coming back to Minn., I thought it was for Stauber.
Minnesota is hard to flip. Reagan won 49 states. He lost Minnesota
34 years... has demographics changed much?
Like Massachusetts——49 for Nixon in ‘72,not MA.
He has a good shot at MN next time. The people in the American part of the state have had it
Hagedorn mentioned here...
We saw him at the Mpls airport prior to his election.
I feel a sick day coming on; good thing it’s at the Mayo Civic Center
His opponent was a Minnesotan, that may be why.
I’d love to see him take a trip to Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine...
You never know with him...
Even the air-heads in MN might flip this election to the right.
When , oh when is President Trump going to hold a rally for us stuck behind enemy lines in California?
We are down here near Los Angeles. I will drive anywhere from Fresno to San Diego to see him and fellow Trumpsters.
1984 - Reagan lost Minnesota by about 2000 votes - it hardly counts as Walter Mondale was on the ballot against Reagan and Mondale nearly lost! It was actually humiliating when you think about it.
Thats because Mondale was from Mn. (And ya, we have a bunch of crazies here as well).
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