Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to make the second of two campaign appearances in Iowa on Monday at 4 p.m. in the city of Clive as the 2024 elections heat up heading into the Iowa caucuses in January.
The former commander-in-chief began the day in the Hawkeye State with an event at the Dallas County fairgrounds in Adel, Iowa, before heading to the rally. The appearances come after the former president visited the state last week and at the end of September.
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Other Republican presidential candidates have campaigned in the state recently as well, including Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), who made multiple campaign stops in Iowa last week, including two on Friday.