President Trump speaks at ‘Fighting for the American Worker’ Ohio events

President Trump speaks at ‘Fighting for the American Worker’ Ohio events
President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Dayton International Airport, Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, at Dayton, Ohio. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) (Source: Alex Brandon)

CINCINNATI, Ohio (FOX19) - President Donald Trump took the podium in Vandalia, Ohio on Monday for his “Fighting for the American Worker” event, the first of two events scheduled in Ohio on Monday.

Trump also spoke in Toledo Monday evening.

In Vandalia, the president covered a variety of topics regarding jobs, but he began the event with an update on the candidates for Supreme Court Justice.

The president also discussed a vaccine for COVID-19.

“We will deliver a [COVID-19] vaccine before the end of the year, but it could be sooner,” the president stated.

President Trump’s next stop on Monday was in Swanton for a “Great American Comeback Event”.

It was the president’s second visit to the Toledo area this year.

It’s not clear yet if or when Trump will visit Greater Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky before the election. So far, there are no scheduled events on his campaign website.

His last rally in the area drew thousands to U.S. Bank Arena in August 2019.

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