Trump pivots to general election with Midwest swing

Former President Donald Trump will visit two out of three states that delivered him the White House in 2016 on Tuesday as he pivots to the general election with a swing through the Midwest.

The former president will appear in Wisconsin for an evening rally, his first in the state this cycle. Earlier in the day, he’ll hold an event in Michigan focused on immigration.

Trump visited Michigan in February, ahead of the presidential primary in the state, but now that he has the delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination, he has set his attention squarely on President Joe Biden as the two candidates embark on the longest general election campaigns in modern history.

In Grand Rapids, Trump is poised to criticize Biden for his border policies, what his campaign is calling “Biden’s Border
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