President Trump to make campaign stop in Duluth on Sept. 30

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - SEPTEMBER 24: President Donald Trump speaks during his, 'The Great American Comeback Rally', at Cecil Airport on September 24, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. President Trump continues to campaign against Democratic Presidentia ((Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) / Getty Images)

President Donald Trump will be making a campaign stop in Duluth next week, marking his second visit to the state this month.

On Sept. 30, Trump is expected to give remarks at the Duluth International Airport at 5 p.m. Doors open for general admission at 2 p.m.

His latest campaign stop comes amid a flurry of campaign visits as the election season heats up. On Sept. 18, Trump spoke in Bemidji to coincide with the start of early voting in the state. Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence and Ivanka Trump, Trump's daughter, held a listening session in Minneapolis, as part of the campaign's law-and-order tour. Trump also visited Mankato on Aug. 17.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden stopped in the Duluth area on Sept. 18 to tour a union training center.

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