President Trump makes another return trip to North Carolina this week. This time with an appearance in Charlotte for a healthcare event on Thursday.
Peter Hoffman, the White House Director of Regional Communications, says President Trump will visit Charlotte Thursday to discuss his administration’s action and vision in “delivering quality healthcare at low costs for the American people.”
Trump comes back to the Tar Heel state less than a week after holding a “Great American Comeback” rally in Fayetteville on Saturday.
A fifth trip to North Carolina since coming to Charlotte for the business only portion of the Republican National Convention on August 24.
Both presidential candidates will be coming to the Queen's City with events a day apart. Former Vice President Joe Biden will be in Charlotte on Wednesday, but details of the visit haven't been disclosed.
This marks the 14th official trip to N.C. since Trump took office in 2016.