Trump has over a dozen more rallies planned before Election Day
President Trump will host five campaign rallies on Sunday and another five on Monday in his final blitz through swing states ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Trump also will host four campaign rallies Saturday in Pennsylvania, which narrowly broke for him in 2016.
The president on Sunday will visit Detroit suburb Washington, Mich., Wisconsin-adjacent Dubuque, Iowa, Hickory, N.C., Rome, Ga., and Miami, Florida, his campaign said Friday.
On Monday, he will host rallies in Fayetteville, N.C., Scranton, Pa., Traverse City, Mich., riot-torn Kenosha, Wis., and Grand Rapids, Mich.
Trump’s dizzying schedule reflects his bid to out-campaign Biden to pull off another conventional wisdom-defying win. As in 2016, he trails the Democrat in most swing-state and national polls.
Trump tweeted Friday there will be a “Great Red Wave!” for Republicans on Nov. 3 — as he headed to campaign stops in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Trump often credits his energetic rallies with delivering his stunning upset against Hillary Clinton in 2016.
“I hope we’re going to be able to get the rallies back before the election,” Trump told The Post in an Oval Office interview in May. “I actually think it’s very important. I think that would be a big — a big disadvantage to me if we didn’t, if we couldn’t have the rallies back.
“People are wanting the rallies. They want to have them so badly. They were informative but they were fun.”
Trump has not yet released his Election Day schedule. In the past week, he’s made stops across the Midwest and in Florida, Arizona, Nevada, Nebraska, North Carolina and New Hampshire.
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