President Trump is scheduled to hold a campaign rally from Bossier City, Louisiana.
Ahead of the rally President Trump for the second time in just a matter days ignored the gathered media opting out of holding his infamous helicopter pressers.
U.S. President Donald Trump left for Louisiana, Thursday, November 14, to address a rally in Bossier City. This is Trump's second stop in as many weeks in the southern U.S. state to buoy support for Republican businessman Eddie Rispone's bid for the governorship. pic.twitter.com/g4N4n9CZ7d— The Voice of America (@VOANews) November 14, 2019
Trump departure to rally delayed by 30 mins while Trump is having an “animated” conversation with AG Barr in The Oval Office— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) November 14, 2019
via MSNBC pic.twitter.com/jQNlWvX8XR
The candidate that will get their five minutes to tell the gathered rally goers how great President Trump is, is businessman Eddie Rispone, who hopes to unseat Democratic Governor of Louisiana John Bel Edwards. The two face-off in a runoff election on November 16th. This is President Trump’s second rally for Rispone.