Trump to hold campaign rally in Fayetteville tonight
President Donald Trump will be in Fayetteville for a campaign rally on Saturday at 6 p.m. Doors open to the Fayetteville Regional Airport at 3 p.m.Posted — Updated
Doors open to the Fayetteville Regional Airport at 3 p.m. WRAL's Joe Fisher reports up to 10,000 people could be at the event, according to White House staff.
Trump is making it clear that North Carolina is a state that he wants to win. Saturday's visit marks the fourth time he has visited North Carolina in the past four weeks.
North Carolina is considered a Battleground state for the two candidates.
Questions have been raised about Trump's campaign events as they have gone against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines that recommend to not hold large gatherings. Few people at Trump's campaign events are seen wearing masks and are standing shoulder to shoulder.
The mayor of Fayetteville, Mitch Colvin, is urging people to wear masks if they attend the event.
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