MILWAUKEE (WISN) —President Donald Trump loves to reminisce about his upset Wisconsin win in the 2016 election after Democrat Hillary Clinton took the state for granted.
He’s determined not to make the same mistake himself.
With Wisconsin now a pivotal state for the president’s reelection chances, Trump returned Friday for his sixth visit to the state since taking office.
Trump is making two Midwest stops designed to warm up his 2020 campaign engine with fundraisers expected to bring in a combined $7 million, according to the Republican National Committee.
He’ll also try to showcase the strong economy and push for Congress to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which could squarely impact Wisconsin.
He became the first Republican to win Wisconsin since Ronald Reagan in 1984,