Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump plans to make two stops in Wisconsin next week. Trump will be in Green Bay at the KI Convention Center Monday afternoon, and then appear at the State Fair Park in West Allis later that evening.
The visit will come just a little more than a week after an invitation for Trump to attend a GOP rally in Elkhorn was rescinded, following the release of a 2005 video that showed him making sexually aggressive comments about women. In the wake of that controversy, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would no longer campaign or defend his party’s presidential nominee – although the Janesville Republican has not withdrawn his endorsement of Trump.
It’s not clear what Wisconsin Republicans may appear with Trump at either event. Governor Scott Walker’s campaign said he will be out of the state in New Jersey, where he will be keynoting a GOPAC event.