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Politics Trump cancels Iowa campaign rally

04:10  28 may  2017
04:10  28 may  2017 Source:   thehill.com

Trump to hold campaign rally in Iowa next Wednesday

  Trump to hold campaign rally in Iowa next Wednesday President Trump will hold a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa next week, the campaign committee announced on Wednesday. The rally will take place on Wednesday, June 1 and follows Trump's first visit abroad as president. The president returns to the U.S. on Sunday.Trump last held a campaign rally in Harrisburg, Pa. on April 29, the same night as the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington, D.C.Trump broke with long-standing political tradition by not attending the yearly dinner.

President Trump has canceled a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa that was previously scheduled to be held next week. “Due to an unfortunate change in President Trump ’s schedule, we will need to unfortunately postpone the previously schedule rally in Cedar Rapids

Trump cancels Iowa rally . By REBECCA MORIN. Since becoming president, Trump has held several campaign -style rallies in swing states that voted in his favor, including Florida and Pennsylvania.

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President Trump has canceled a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa that was previously scheduled to be held next week.

"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. "President Trump will see you in Iowa very soon."

Trump's campaign previously announced the rally last week, which was set to follow Trump's first trip abroad as president.

Trump last held a campaign 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."

A Trump Campaign Rally Led to Shoving, and Legal Wrangling, Too .
President Trump faces two lawsuits stemming from a 2016 event: one filed by a black woman who was pushed toward the exit, and another by a white nationalist who tried to remove her.Load Error

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