President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania later today to discuss his tax plan and support Republican candidates in Pennsylvania.
“The President is enthusiastic about today’s trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to discuss the incredible successes his tax plan is already achieving for the American people.,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told us. “While the President has made clear his support for Republican candidates throughout the country, including in Pennsylvania, the purpose of today’s visit is to promote the President’s successful agenda especially on taxes.”
Further, the president will visit a suburban Pittsburgh equipment manufacturer this afternoon, where he’ll tout the new tax law — and lend his presence to the Republican running in the March 13 special election in the 18th Congressional District.
State Rep. Rick Saccone will greet the president when Air Force One lands at Pittsburgh International Airport, not far from H&K Equipment, the local business where the White House officials say Trump will point to economic benefits from the GOP tax plan.