RACINE, Wis. — Former President Donald Trump will visit Wisconsin on the campaign trail on Tuesday, June 18.

Trump will head to Racine Festival Park in Racine, Wis., with plans to speak at 3 p.m. Doors will open at 11 a.m.

The Trump campaign said the former president will focus on the economy and inflation. He also plans to speak on crime, a shortage of police officers and border policies.

This will mark Trump’s third trip to Wisconsin this year. He previously visited Green Bay in April 2024 and Waukesha County in May 2024. During those campaign rallies, he highlighted abortion, immigration and the economy. His trip to Green Bay marked his first time in Wisconsin since 2022.

“Inflation is so high it doesn’t matter; it eats you alive,” Trump told event-goers in Waukesha in May. “We’re going to throw out Bidenomics, and we’re going to replace it with MAGA-nomics, and upon taking office, I will impose an immediate moratorium on all new spending grants and giveaways under the Joe Biden mammoth socialist bills like the so-called Inflation Reduction Act. We’re going to save all that money. It’s not helping you at all."

It will be his first time back in the Badger State since he was found guilty on 34 felony counts in a New York hush money trial. He is the first former president in U.S. history convicted of a crime.

Tickets for the general public can be found, here. Find additional details about the campaign event, here


Facebook Twitter