President Trump on Monday is hitting the campaign trail, speaking to supporters in North Carolina amid a final push through swing states by the president ahead of Election Day.
Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at a “Make America Great Again Victory Rally” at Fayetteville Regional Airport in North Carolina — a state he won in 2016 and will be seeking to keep in his column on Tuesday.
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The rally comes after a number of rallies in key swing states by Trump, and hours after a rally in Florida that lasted until 1 a.m.
Thousands of his supporters descended upon Miami-Opa Locka Executive airport, located about 14 miles north of downtown Miami, in support of the president who ended a busy day of campaigning by making a final pitch to Florida voters.
“We’re going to have an even bigger victory. Get out there and vote,” Trump told the crowd Sunday night. “We’re going to have a bigger victory. And I don’t know if you found out you’ve been here a long time. I hope the music was good. I hope life was good. Everything was good. That’s a good looking crowd. Good looking people, I will say.”
Trump held rallies in five states on Sunday — including Iowa, Michigan, Georgia and North Carolina. The sprint comes after Trump hosted four rallies in the pivotal state of Pennsylvania on Saturday.
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Trump will also hold more rallies in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and two in Michigan in a final sprint before Election Day.
Fox News’ David Aaro and The Associated Press contributed to this report.