MIAMI (CBSMiami) — With Election Day only seven days away, Donald Trump is set to return to Florida – a state considered a must-win for the Republican candidate.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 1,613 New Cases, 35 Deaths Reported On Monday
Trump, who held events in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin on Tuesday, is returning to Miami on Wednesday.
The GOP presidential candidate is holding a morning breakfast at the Trump National Doral. The chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus, is set to be at the event.
Later in the day, he will hold a rally in Miami’s Bayfront Park Amphitheater at noon.
Trump and his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton have had their sights set on the sunshine state as polls show Florida will be a tight race for both candidates.READ MORE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Blasts YouTube, Google For Censorship After COVID-19 Roundtable Video Removed
Clinton is also stopping into South Florida this week. She is scheduled to hold an event Tuesday evening in Fort Lauderdale at Delevoe Memorial Park where she plans to talk about the economy. Her husband, former president Bill Clinton is stumping for her in Miami-Dade, Collier and Pinellas counties on Tuesday. Some of his stops include Canvass kickoff events in Florida City, Immokalee, and St. Petersburg.
President Barack Obama will also be stumping for Clinton in Miami on Thursday. This would make it the third time the president has come to campaign for Clinton within a month.
Both candidates have visited South Florida within the last two weeks. Clinton was in Miami over the weekend and she held a rally last week at Broward College pushing for her supporters to get out and vote. Trump was also in Miami last week where he visited Little Havana, hoping to get more Hispanic votes.
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