Pres. Trump to hold town hall in Green Bay Thursday

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – President Donald Trump will participate in a town hall at Green Bay’s Austin Straubel Airport JetAir facility.

Fox News commentator Sean Hannity made the announcement, saying he will be hosting a one-hour town hall with President Donald Trump in Green Bay on Thursday.

According to the announcement, which was posted on the network’s website Monday night, the town hall will happen at 8 p.m.

CNN anchor Brian Stelter took to Twitter Monday night, saying that President Trump “will discuss the latest on police reform & the 2020 election.”

President Trump will also be visiting the Fincantieri Marinette Marine in Marinette on Thursday. According to officials, President Trump will be touring the location and then discussing his Administration’s decisions on expanding the shipyard. The purpose of the expansion is to generate thousands of additional jobs at the shipyard across Wisconsin and Michigan supply chains.

Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary Betsy DeVos will visit southern Wisconsin on Tuesday, June 23. VP Pence and Secretary Betsy DeVos will participate in a school choice roundtable at Waukesha STEM Academy. Afterward, VP Pence will deliver remarks at the Faith in America Event at The Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee. Former Governor Scott Walker is also scheduled to speak during the event.


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