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Trump to host roundtable, 'Great American Comeback Event' in Southern Nevada Sept. 13

President lands in Reno on Saturday
Donald Trump
Posted at 12:40 PM, Sep 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-13 01:42:09-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — LIVESTREAM of the president's arrival at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas:

On Sunday, President Donald Trump is scheduled to host a roundtable meeting and a "Great American Comeback Event" in the Las Vegas valley.

Friday, the Trump campaign shared details of the president's visit that includes a "Latinos for Trump Roundtable" at 10 a.m. Sunday that will be at the Treasure Island hotel-casino.

The roundtable event does not show it is open to the public but the Trump campaign website is showing a general admission option for the "Comeback event" that is scheduled to take place at Xtreme Manufacturing in Henderson at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 4 p.m.

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Also, another Sunday event has been shared online that includes a roundtable, photo opportunity, and reception with costs starting at $2,800 per person to attend.

No location was immediately listed, but the event page does say "additional details will be sent 48 hours in advance of the event."

Friday's announcement comes after reports that the Trump campaign's "Great American Comeback" weekend events in Nevada were reportedly canceled.

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The president begins his Nevada visit on Saturday in the Reno area with a "Great American Comeback Event" scheduled to take place at the Minden-Tahoe Airport with a start time of 7 p.m. The event shows a general admission option to attend.

The airport had previously said the event would go against its lease agreements due to Nevada's limit of 50 people at events, and that it goes against Washoe County’s recommendation to limit the number to 25 or less.

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To learn more about the events listed on Trump's website click here.