Donald Trump will hold a rally in Everett, Washington this evening, his first official event in five days.
Trump’s speech will take place at the Xfinity Arena in Everett beginning at 7:00 p.m. Pacific Time. It can be streamed in the embedded YouTube player via Right Side Broadcasting.
This is not the immigration speech that Trump has promised to deliver this week; that will take place in Phoenix, Arizona tomorrow night. Instead, this Everett event will be a typical Trump rally, although it’s expected that he will again deliver prepared remarks as he has been doing over the past few weeks.
Trump’s most recent rally occurred five days ago, which is an unusually long stretch of time for the Republican nominee to go without having some sort of event. He did, however, speak over the weekend at Senator Joni Ernst’s Roast and Ride in Iowa, and he again talked about crime and unemployment in America’s inner cities.
“As a father, as a builder, as an American, it offends my sense of right and wrong to see anyone living in such conditions,” Trump said. “They are living in terrible, terrible conditions. Beyond belief: bad, bad, bad.”
Trump also brought up the recent murder of Dwyane Wade’s cousin in Chicago, calling Wade “a great guy.”
“It breaks all of our hearts to see,” Trump said. “It’s horrible, it’s horrible and it’s only getting worse.”
Trump had been criticized earlier that same day for a tweet which critics said used the death as a way of promoting himself and saying “I told you so.”
He later sent a second tweet that offered condolences, thoughts and prayers to the Wade family.