Washington: President Donald Trump doesn’t seem to have come out of the election mode or he might be trying to keep his support base alive in the eye of mounting opposition to his policies. This is the reason he is continuing with his election type rallies, even two months after occupying the White House.
A report in the CBSNews claims that the President is expected to speak in Ypsilanti, Michigan with automakers at 2 p.m. He is expected to travel to lay a wreath and make remarks at the Hermitage before addressing a campaign-style rally in the evening. The rally is expected to be held at 6:30 p.m.
Trump has been facing innumerable challenges ever since he entered the White House. His executive orders are being challenged by different states and their implementation being stopped by court. Frustration seems to be setting in as more and more of his orders are blocked by different courts.
His Muslim ban has turned out to be a farce with courts not allowing their implementation across the US. The same is going to happen with his toned down executive order that made many adjustments.
Reports suggest that the President will be speaking from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. Central Time. The rally can be viewed live in the embedded YouTube player. While such campaign style rallies are done during presidential run, such rallies have no precedence in the past. Trump seems to be holding the rallies to keep his core support base intact.
President Trump is expected to address a ticketed event. In a city with a significant health care industry, the President is all set to speak regarding the Republican health care plan. Nashville is also seen as one of the leading battleground cities on charter schools; Trump’s planned remarks will also touch on school choice.