CINCINNATI (AP) – Republican President Donald Trump will lead an Aug. 1 rally in Cincinnati, the day after the second round of Democratic presidential debates ends.

A campaign announcement Monday said Vice President Mike Pence will join the evening rally at U.S. Bank Arena. Trump also led a rally at the downtown arena in the aftermath of his November 2016 election victory, in which he decisively carried the battleground state of Ohio over Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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Monday’s announcement said this will be his fourth rally in Cincinnati and 29th in Ohio since he launched his campaign for president in 2015.

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Trump made campaign visits to Ohio ahead of 2018 mid-term elections to shore up Republican congressional candidates. The GOP kept its 12-4 advantage in the state’s House delegation, helped by a GOP-friendly map.

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