Trump to hold rally in West Virginia
President Trump will hold a rally in West Virginia next week, where he’ll seek to fire up supporters even as his administration struggles to advance its agenda.
The campaign-style event will take place on Aug. 3 at a 9,000-seat arena in Huntington, the second-largest city in a state Trump won big in the 2016 presidential election.
Trump has already held a number of campaign rallies since he was inaugurated six months ago, unusual for a president this early in his first term.
He’ll be seeking to generate momentum for his stalled agenda and goodwill among his supporters after the Senate dealt him a stinging defeat Thursday night on healthcare.