LIVE STREAM: Donald Trump Rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

President Trump holds rally in Cedar Rapids, IowaThe president speaks to supporters at a "Make America Great Again" rally.2017-06-22T01:23:23.000Z

President Donald Trump is about to hold a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Trump is scheduled to speak at the U.S. Cellular Center beginning at 7:00 p.m. Central Time. The entire rally can be viewed live in the embedded YouTube player via ABC News.

This is technically a campaign event, with the rally being organized by the Trump presidential campaign and with tickets to it being given out via the Trump campaign website. It is the first rally that Trump has held since late April, when he held an event at the same time as the White House Correspondents Dinner. That rally in Pennsylvania also came as Trump reached his 100th day in office. The Cedar Rapids rally will be Trump’s fifth since becoming president.

Trump had originally scheduled this rally for June 1st, and it was to take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cedar Rapids Convention Complex. However, the Trump campaign ended up canceling that rally, citing an unforeseen schedule change and later moving it to June 21st.

“Due to an unforeseen change in President Trump’s schedule, we will need to unfortunately postpone the previously scheduled rally in Cedar Rapids on June 1st,” the campaign said at the time of the original cancelation, according to Politico. “Stay tuned for information on a rescheduled date early next week. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. President Trump will see you in Iowa very soon.”

This comes as part of the White House’s “Technology Week,” and before the Wednesday evening rally, Trump will be making a visit to Kirkwood Community College and will be touring agricultural facilities, according to The Gazette.

Trump during this rally may be speaking about Obamacare, as Senate Republicans are expected to unveil their version of the American Health Care Act this week for a possible vote next week. He also may touch upon the results of the Georgia and South Carolina special elections, both of which were held on Tuesday.