His campaign announced that Trump is expected to appear at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Cecil Airport in the Florida city.
Current representative and Democratic candidate Joe Biden are currently tied in the vote in Florida. However, Democratic pollster GQR in the state revealed that the former vice president is ahead of 51% to 46% overall, while Trump led by 18 points among Cuban-Americans and 17 points behind among non-Cuban Hispanics.
This week, in support of the president’s campaign, a car caravan paraded through the city of Hialeah with 2020 Trump flags.
Among other initiatives by the Latino community for Trump’s re-election, dozens of boats gathered in the city of North Miami to show their support for the current White House tenant last month to show their support for the current White House tenant.
The daughter of U.S. representative Ivanka Trump visited the city of Tampa and performed by surprise at La Segunda Bakery, located in the well-known Ybor City shopping area, where she talked to her employees about Cuban food and business beginnings, all in order to capture the Hispanic vote for her father.
Midway through this month Trump’s rival, Joe Biden, visited Florida in search of the state’s Hispanic voters, campaigning in Tampa and Kissimmee.
Her co-star, Deputy President Kamala Harris, also visited a Venezuelan restaurant in Miami as part of her campaign tour of South Florida.
According to an NBC News/Marist poll, the two White House contenders are tied in Florida, and Trump with a 4-point lead over Biden among the state’s Latinos.
General elections in the United States will start on November 3.
They are trying to stop ME, because I am fighting for YOU! pic.twitter.com/xiw4jtjkNl
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 28, 2019