President Donald Trump will hold a "Make American Great Again" campaign rally next week in Minnesota to tout the "surging economy," and discuss his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump campaign COO Michael Glassner said in a statement, .
The June 20 event will take place in Duluth, Minn., at the DECC Arena. Trump, who will make his first visit to the state since taking office, will also stump for Republican candidates ahead of the midterm elections in November. The president narrowly lost Minnesota to Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Each House seat is on the line in the state, and Minnesota will hold two elections for U.S. Senate.
"This will be another high-energy Trump rally that will serve as a celebration of the revival of the American dream for hard working Americans and Minnesotans," Glassner said, per the Examiner.
"The president will meet with Minnesota patriots to report the latest developments for our surging economy, including record-low unemployment, and fair trade reforms, and his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un."
Trump is set to to discuss the denuclearization of North Korea.