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President Donald Trump to hold campaign rally in Lexington November 4

President Donald Trump campaigns for 2020 reelection in this file photo. (Source: MSNBC via MGN)
President Donald Trump campaigns for 2020 reelection in this file photo. (Source: MSNBC via MGN)(GRAYDC)
Published: Oct. 18, 2019 at 5:12 PM EDT
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President Donald Trump will be in Lexington to hold a campaign rally on the eve of the Kentucky gubernatorial election.

Trump will be holding a "Keep America Great Rally" at Rupp Arena 7 p.m. Nov. 4.

President Trump's Kentucky visit will likely be a major effort to support Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin's reelection bid. Bevin has frequently used his ties to President Trump as a campaign strategy.

Vice President Mike Pence is also expected to make a separate Kentucky visit.

President Trump visited Louisville earlier this year where he headlined a fundraiser for Bevin. He visited Richmond before the 2018 midterms to campaign for Rep. Andy Barr in his successful run for reelection in Kentucky's sixth congressional district.

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