Trump Barnstorms Across America, Adding Another Stop In Michigan

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Republican nominee Donald Trump will visit Michigan Sunday evening, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

Trump will hold a rally at Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights, Mich., at approximately 6:00 pm Sunday evening, just thirty-some hours before Election Day. The campaign’s decision to visit Michigan at the eleventh hour reveals how they feel about a Michigan victory.

The GOP nominee has been barnstorming the nation in the campaign’s final days, making four stops Saturday alone. Trump started the day in Tampa, Fla., before flying to North Carolina, where the polls show a tight race. The surging Trump departed from the east coast mid-afternoon, and will hold rallies in Nevada and Colorado in the evening.

Trump has an ambitious schedule Sunday, which includes five campaign stops in five states. Trump will begin the day in Sioux City, Iowa, for an 11:00 am rally, followed by a quick trip up to Minneapolis, Minn., for a 3:00 pm campaign stop. From Minnesota, Trump will land in Milwaukee for a rally in West Allis, Wisc., at 5:00 pm, followed by the 6:00 pm event in Sterling Heights, Mich., Trump will end the day in Moon Township, Pa., 10 miles outside of Pittsburgh for an 8:00 pm rally.

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who enjoys a deep bench of surrogates, spoke in Florida Saturday. Clinton will be in Philadelphia the night before the election, and will spend Sunday with Lebron James in Ohio.

The Clinton campaign has dispatched Vice-Presidential nominee Tim Kaine, President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and her husband, former President Bill Clinton to battleground states throughout the country, as well as states where polls are tightening like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

Trump has criticized Clinton and her campaign for co-hosting events with music celebrities, including Beyonce, Jay-Z and Katy Perry. “I didn’t have to bring J-Lo or Jay-Z, the only way she gets anybody,” Trump said Saturday night, while Clinton hosted a concert with Jay-Z and Beyonce in Cleveland. “Im here all by myself, just me, no guitar, no piano, no nothing,” he continued.

“But you know what we do have, we have great ideas and great vision for our country,” Trump said, contrasting his focus on the issues in the final days while Clinton hosts extravagant concerts with Hollywood celebrities on the final weekend.

UPDATE: The Clinton campaign announced that the Democratic nominee will visit Michigan Monday, where she will hold an event in Grand Rapids. The time and location has not yet been announced.

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