President Trump will hold a rally in Iowa next week after canceling a similar event planned by the campaign for the end of May.
Donald J. Trump for President Inc. announced the June 21 rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in an email blast on Monday. Trump had previously been scheduled to appear there in May, following his first foreign trip as president, but was forced to reschedule the event.
“Due to an unfortunate change in President Trump’s schedule, we will need to unfortunately postpone the previously schedule rally in Cedar Rapids,” a statement from the Trump campaign read at the time. “President Trump will see you in Iowa very soon.”
Trump last held a campaign-style rally in Harrisburg, Pa., on April 29, the same night as the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington, D.C.
“They would love to be with us right here tonight,” Trump said of the press that night, adding his rally drew a “much larger crowd, and better people, too.” Read more at The Hill.