Trump says he'll mark 100 days with Pennsylvania rally

Phillip Butler
April 23, 2017

President Trump announced on Twitter that he will be holding a rally in Pennsylvania on April 29. "Look forward to it!"

President Donald Trump is wrapping up his first 100 days in office with a rally in Harrisburg. Pennsylvania was a key swing state for Trump in 2016 and will likely be a vital election battleground in 2020.

A campaign official confirmed the location would be in Harrisburg.

"Next Saturday night I will be holding a BIG rally in Pennsylvania".

As the 100-day mark approaches, Trump's administration will be focusing on helping Congress avoid a possible government shut down that ironically, in a worst-case scenario, could happen on his 100 day in office, April 29. A current government spending bill expires after Friday; lawmakers and the White House have yet to agree on a measure that would continue to fund agencies through the end of the fiscal year on September 30.

In 2011, Trump attended the gala and was the subject of a few jokes from former president Barack Obama and Seth Meyers.

Also that night, Samantha Bee will host a Not The White House Correspondents Dinner at 10 p.m. ET on TBS. The annual banquet is a Washington tradition signifying comity between the president and the press.

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