Ahead of Tuesday’s presidential vote, US President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold 14 rallies to push voters to re-elect him for a second term.
In a statement on Friday, the President’s re-election campaign declared that Trump would hold four rallies in Pennsylvania, a central battleground state, on Saturday.
In the 2016 presidential election, Trump won in Pennsylvania with 48.18 percent of the ballots.
But in this election cycle, the President is trailing behind his Democratic rival Joe Biden.
In the latest Hill/Harris battleground poll released on Thursday, Biden led Trump by 51 percent to 46 percent.
In the announcement, the campaign further said that the President would then hold five rallies in Iowa, Michigan, Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida on Sunday.
On the eve of Election Day, Trump will attend five more rallies on Monday in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Wisconsin.
According to the announcement, the President will hold a final event in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the same city where he had his last rally of the 2016 campaign, The Hill news website reported.
Addressing reporters at the White on Friday, Trump said he might travel on Election Day.
“I’ll give you that answer in the next couple of days,” he said.