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President Trump Rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin And Freeland, Michigan

President Trump Rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin

Last updated on May 2nd, 2024 at 09:27 pm

President Donald J. Trump is set to visit Waukesha, Wisconsin, on May 1, as part of his ongoing efforts to contrast what his campaign describes as the successes of his first term with the perceived failures of the Biden administration. The rally, scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Waukesha County Expo Center, marks Trump’s second appearance in Wisconsin this month, following his visit to Green Bay on April 2.

Legal Challenges and Political Narrative

Amidst ongoing legal proceedings in New York, where Trump faces prosecution, the Waukesha rally is expected to occur on a day when the former president does not have court appearances. Trump has been vocal about what he perceives as politically motivated legal actions, characterizing them as attempts to interfere with the presidential election campaign.

Event Details: Trump Rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin

Date: Wednesday, May 1
Time: 2 p.m., Doors Open: 11:00 am
Location: Waukesha County Expo Center, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha
Ticket Information: Register Here

Full Video: Trump Rally in Waukesha

Event Details: Trump Rally in Freeland, Michigan

Date: Wednesday, May 1
Location: Avflight Saginaw, 8430 Garfield Rd, Hangar 4 near Freeland, Michigan
Time: Doors open at 2 p.m., rally starts at 6 p.m.
Ticket Information: Register Here

Full video: Trump Campaign Rally in Michigan

Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to return to Michigan for a campaign stop at Avflight Saginaw near Freeland. This marks his third visit to Michigan this election year. The rally, announced amidst Trump’s ongoing hush money trial in New York, is strategically planned for a Wednesday, typically an off-day for the trial.

Polling Data and Economic Concerns

Recent polling data from Marquette shows Trump gaining momentum in Wisconsin, where concerns about inflation are on the rise. The release from Trump’s campaign highlights the economic challenges facing Wisconsinites, citing inflation rates and increased energy costs under the Biden administration.

Criticism of Biden Administration

Criticism of President Biden’s policies extends beyond economic concerns, with Trump’s campaign pointing to issues such as rising crime rates and what they describe as a border crisis. The release asserts that Biden’s approach to border security has led to an influx of illegal immigrants and drugs, impacting communities in Wisconsin and contributing to record numbers of opioid-related deaths.

Trump’s Promises and Campaign Message

In response to these challenges, Trump reaffirms his commitment to addressing border security, restoring American leadership on the global stage, and tackling inflation to improve the lives of Wisconsinites. With rallying cries to “Make America Great Again,” Trump aims to resonate with voters by promising safety, affordability, and prosperity for the Badger State.


As President Trump prepares to take the stage in Waukesha, the event serves as a focal point for the ongoing political discourse surrounding the 2024 U.S. Election, offering a platform for contrasting visions of the nation’s future.

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