Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will visit Indiana this week in advance of the state’s upcoming primary.
On Wednesday, Trump will be joined by legendary Indiana University basketball coach, Bobby Knight, when he speaks again at the State Fairgrounds.
It will be Trump’s second appearance at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in just over a week as the Republican candidates vie for the state’s increasingly important delegates.
During his last visit, Trump railed against the heating and air conditioning company, Carrier, which announced earlier this year it would shift 1,400 jobs from Indianapolis and another 700 from Huntington, Indiana to Mexico beginning in 2017.
Before the last rally, Trump met with Indiana Governor Mike Pence, who released his account of their conversation:
“Governor Pence was pleased to welcome Mr. Trump back to Indiana and hear firsthand his plans for the country. The Governor was also grateful for the opportunity to describe Indiana’s economic success and expressed his desire to have a partner in the White House who will help advance pro-growth economic policies, reduce burdensome regulation and curb the size and scope of government. With more than 130,000 new private sector jobs created since he took office, Governor Pence believes addressing these issues is critical in order for Indiana to continue to be a great place to live, work and raise a family.”
- Pro-growth economic policies
- Reduce burdensome government regulations
- Curb the size and scope of government
Tickets to Trump’s rally are available here.
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