Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania this morning, during which he will lay out his campaign’s closing argument.
Trump will speak from the The Eisenhower Complex beginning at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time. The event can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via Right Side Broadcasting.
This speech will be a bit different from the ones Trump has delivered in recent days. According to The Washington Post, in Gettysburg, Trump will begin to lay out his plans for his first 100 days in office. The Republican candidate has been bringing out some new proposals in rallies this week, on Friday pledging to build up a 350-ship navy when he becomes president.
Trump has also been repeatedly doubling down on his claim that the election is being rigged against him. He says this is in part due to unfair media coverage, and at each of his events, he encourages the audience to boo the reporters in attendance. He says that he believes he will win the election despite the polls showing him down, comparing his situation to that of Brexit. On Friday, Trump said that his campaign is “Brexit plus,” although he later changed that phrase to “Brexit times five.”
In Pennsylvania, where Trump holds his rally today, Hillary Clinton is ahead in the polls by a significant margin, and it’s hard to imagine Trump will be able to catch up in the next three weeks. In Real Clear Politics’ polling average, Hillary Clinton leads Trump in Pennsylvania by an average of 6.2 percentage points.
Trump has a much better chance of winning the swing states of Florida and Ohio, and so he will be holding rallies in those states this weekend as well.