Trump Campaign Returns to Michigan for Lansing Rally
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is set to rally in Michigan Friday, facing a long upward climb to the presidency.
With 82 days until the election and a fresh shake-up for his campaign team, Trump will speak at the summit in Dimondale near Lansing.
Most recently, Trump’s campaign chair, Paul Manafort, is gaining some backlash after some of his emails were leaked, revealing he worked on an operation to sway American’s opinion in favor of the pro-Russian-Ukraine government between 2012 and 2014.
Northern Michigan’s News Leader will have a crew at Friday’s rally, bringing you coverage all day long.
And some major changes are in line for the Democratic Party.
Clinton says if she’s elected president, the Clinton Foundation will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations.
Bill Clinton says the family’s foundation would only accept contributions from U.S. citizens and independent charities.