President Donald Trump plans to make a historic fourth trip to Montana before the midterm elections, according to a White House reporter.
Jennifer Jacobs, a White House reporter for Bloomberg News, tweeted Friday afternoon that President Trump is planning ten rallies in six days next week with Montana among the list of states he's planning to stump in.
NEW: As GOP tries to retain control of Congress, Trump will do least 10 rallies in six days next week, I'm told.— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) October 26, 2018
He'll be traveling to Missouri, West Virginia, Montana, Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida twice.
Bozeman Police Sgt. Travis Munter confirmed the Commander in Chief's visit, saying the department has been working with the Secret Service. The location and time of the event has not yet been announced.
This will be the president's fourth visit to Montana since July. His previous rallies were in Great Falls, Billings and most recently Missoula.