List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)

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This is a list of presidential trips made by Donald Trump during 2020 and early 2021, the final year of his presidency.

This list excludes trips made within Washington, D.C., the U.S. federal capital in which the White House, the official residence and principal workplace of the president, is located. Also excluded are trips to Camp David, the country residence of the president. International trips are included. The number of visits per state or territory where he traveled are:

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List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
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List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
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List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2020–2021)
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Locations in the contiguous United States that President Donald Trump has visited in 2020 and in January 2021.

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Map of trips made by Donald Trump within the United States in 2020 and in January 2021:
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January[edit]

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U.S. state
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Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach January 1–5 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump continued their vacation in Florida. On January 1 and 2, President Trump traveled again to the Trump International Golf Club.[1] President Trump Delivers Remarks (49328109428).jpg
Ohio Ohio Toledo January 9 Arriving via Toledo Express Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Huntington Center.[2][3]
Louisiana Louisiana New Orleans January 13 Arriving via Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the CFP National Championship Game between Clemson University and Louisiana State University at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.[4] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the College Football Playoff National Championship (49385077391).jpg
Wisconsin Wisconsin Milwaukee January 14 Arriving via General Mitchell International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the UW–Milwaukee Panther Arena.[5]
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago January 17–19 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend.[6][7]
Texas Texas Austin January 19 Arriving via Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, President Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation at the Austin Convention Center.[8]
  Switzerland Davos January 21–22 Arriving via Zürich Airport, President Trump flew to Davos on Marine One, landing at the Intercontinental Davos Landing Zone. He stayed at the InterContinental Davos.[9] He attended the World Economic Forum, where he spoke on January 22. He held bilateral meetings with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen, Swiss president Simonetta Sommaruga, Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan, Iraqi Kurdish president Nechirvan Barzani and Iraqi president Barham Salih.[10] President Trump at Davos (49419287323).jpg
Florida Florida Doral January 23 Arriving via Miami International Airport, President Trump addressed the Republican National Committee Winter Meeting at the Trump National Doral Miami.[11]
New Jersey New Jersey Wildwood January 28 Arriving via Atlantic City International Airport, President Trump flew to Wildwood on Marine One, landing at Cape May Airport. President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Wildwoods Convention Center.[12][13]
Michigan Michigan Warren January 30 Arriving via Selfridge Air National Guard Base, President Trump spoke at Dana Incorporated to celebrate the signing of the USMCA.[14][15][16] President Trump in Michigan (49469587953).jpg
Iowa Iowa Des Moines Arriving via Des Moines International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Knapp Center on the campus of Drake University.[17][18]
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago January 31 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend.[19][20]

February[edit]

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Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach February 1–2 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump continued their weekend vacation in Florida, attending a Super Bowl party on Sunday night. President Trump golfed at Trump International Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday.[21][22] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump in Florida (49482761483).jpg
North Carolina North Carolina Charlotte February 7 Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump spoke at the North Carolina Opportunity Now Summit on the campus of Central Piedmont Community College.[23] President Trump Delivers Remarks at the North Carolina Opportunity Now Summit (49503339016).jpg
New Hampshire New Hampshire Manchester February 10 Arriving via Manchester–Boston Regional Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the SNHU Arena.[24]
Delaware Delaware Dover President Trump stopped at Dover Air Force Base on his way back from New Hampshire to pay respects to two American troops killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan.[25]
Virginia Virginia Rosslyn February 13 President Trump visited the annex office of the Republican National Committee.[26][27]
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach February 14–16 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend. On Saturday the President golfed at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach. On Saturday night he attended a fundraiser at the home of Nelson Peltz in Palm Beach.[28]
Daytona Beach February 16 Arriving via Daytona Beach International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway. President Trump was the first sitting president to be appointed Grand Marshal of the race.[29] President Trump and the First Lady at the NASCAR Daytona 500 Race (49553102707).jpg
California California Beverly Hills February 18 Arriving via Los Angeles International Airport and traveling to Santa Monica Airport on Marine One, President Trump spent the afternoon in Beverley Hills at the Montage Beverly Hills.[30] There the president met with the members of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee and LA 2028 organizers. The president then held a fundraiser at the hotel. President Trump at a Briefing with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (49556365988).jpg
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas February 18–19 Arriving via McCarran International Airport, President Trump spent the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[31][32]
California California Rancho Mirage February 19 Arriving via Palm Springs International Airport, President Trump participated in a roundtable with supporters at the Porcupine Creek Golf Club. The president then held a fundraiser at Larry Ellison's private home on the same property.[30]
Bakersfield Arriving via Meadows Field Airport, President Trump delivered remarks to Rural Stakeholders on California Water Accessibility at the JACO Hangar in Meadows Field Airport.[30] President Trump Delivers Remarks on Water Accessibility (49561275401).jpg
Arizona Arizona Phoenix Arriving via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum.[33][34] Donald Trump (49566881993).jpg
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas February 19–20 Arriving via McCarran International Airport, President Trump returned to Las Vegas to again spend the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[35] On February 20, President Trump delivered the Commencement Address at the Hope for Prisoners Graduation Ceremony at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.[36] President Trump at a Hope for Prisoners Graduation Ceremony (49566803657).jpg
Colorado Colorado Colorado Springs February 20 Arriving via Peterson Air Force Base, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Broadmoor World Arena.[37]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas February 20–21 Arriving via McCarran International Airport, President Trump returned to Las Vegas to again spend the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[38] On February 21, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Las Vegas Convention Center before returning to Washington.[39]
 India Ahmedabad, Agra, New Delhi February 24–25 President Trump and the First Lady left Washington for India on February 23, with a stop at Ramstein Air Base in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany to refuel. They landed at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in Ahmebadad on Monday morning. The President was greeted by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. He then visited the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad. The President and the First Lady then participated in a Namaste Trump Rally at Motera Stadium, the largest cricket stadium in the world. They then flew to Agra, arriving via Agra Air Base, where they toured the Taj Mahal. They then flew to New Delhi, arriving via Palam Air Force Station, where they spent the night at the ITC Maurya. On Tuesday the President participated in a welcome ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan with President of India Ram Nath Kovind. He then visited the Raj Ghat memorial. He then visited the Hyderabad House, where he held bilateral meetings and a joint press statement with Prime Minister Modi. He then visited the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi. He then returned to the Rashtrapati Bhavan for a state dinner with President Kovind before flying home on Air Force One. President Trump and the First Lady in India (49583813012).jpg
South Carolina South Carolina North Charleston February 28 Arriving via Charleston International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center.[40]
Maryland Maryland National Harbor February 29 President Trump spoke at CPAC 2020, which was held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.[41] President Trump Delivers Remarks at CPAC (49608880598).jpg

March[edit]

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North Carolina North Carolina Charlotte March 2 Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the Bojangles' Coliseum.[42]
Maryland Maryland Bethesda March 3 President Trump visited the Vaccine Research Center and the Viral Pathogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health.[43] President Trump at the National Institute of Health (49618032306).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Scranton March 5 Arriving via Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, President Trump participated in a Fox News Town Hall event at the Scranton Cultural Center.[44] President Trump at the Fox News Town Hall (49627375888).jpg
Tennessee Tennessee Nashville, Cookeville March 6 Arriving via Nashville International Airport, President Trump visited both Nashville and Cookeville to survey areas damaged in the March 2020 Tennessee tornado outbreak.[45][46] President Trump in Tennessee (49645603963).jpg
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta Arriving via Dobbins Air Reserve Base, President Trump visited the CDC headquarters in Atlanta, where was given a tour and checked on the health agency's progress in containing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.[47][48][49] President Trump at the CDC (49645622363).jpg
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach March 6–9 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend. He traveled to the Trump International Golf Club to play golf on March 7 and 8.[50] President Trump hosted President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro at Mar-a-Lago on March 7.[51] Trump and Bolsonaro at working dinner in Mar-a-Lago.jpg
Longwood March 9 Arriving via Orlando Sanford International Airport, President Trump held a fundraiser at the home of Bob Dello Russo.[52]
Virginia Virginia Norfolk March 28 Arriving via Naval Station Norfolk Chambers Field, President Trump visited Norfolk to see off hospital ship USNS Comfort, which was heading to New York City to aid coronavirus response.[53] President Trump at Naval Air Station Norfolk (49716929512).jpg

April[edit]

  • No trips made.

May[edit]

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Arizona Arizona Phoenix May 5 Arriving via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, President Trump traveled to the Honeywell Aerospace headquarters in Phoenix to tour the factory where they produced N95 masks and to discuss the re-opening of the country amid the coronavirus pandemic.[54] President Trump also held a roundtable discussion on supporting Native Americans. President Trump Visits Honeywell International Inc. (49863876337).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Upper Macungie Township May 14 Arriving via Lehigh Valley International Airport, President Trump traveled to the Owens & Minor medical distributor in Upper Macungie to tour the factory where he discussed Coronavirus testing and efforts to build the nation's stockpile of medical equipment.[55] President Trump in PA (49897719836).jpg
Michigan Michigan Ypsilanti May 21 Arriving via Detroit Metropolitan Airport, President Trump traveled to the Ford Rawsonville Components Plant in Ypsilanti to tour the factory where they have been producing ventilators.[56] President Trump also held a roundtable discussion with African-American leaders. President Trump in Michigan (49923065526).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling May 23 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[57][58]
May 24 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[59]
Arlington May 25 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Arlington National Cemetery for Memorial Day, where he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.[60] Memorial Day Wreath-laying Ceremony (49938196666).jpg
Maryland Maryland Baltimore President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Baltimore by Marine One, where he participated in a ceremony celebrating Memorial Day and delivered remarks at the Fort McHenry National Monument.[61] Memorial Day 2020 (49938303651).jpg
Florida Florida Cape Canaveral May 27 Arriving via the Shuttle Landing Facility, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building in Cape Canaveral, where they toured an Orion Capsules and then received a SpaceX Dragon 2 spacecraft launch briefing, along with Vice President Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence.[62] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were originally scheduled to attend the attempted launch of the SpaceX Dragon 2 spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center.[63] However, the launch was postponed to May 30 due to the weather.[64] SpaceX Demo-2 Preflight (NHQ202005270017).jpg
May 30 Arriving via the Shuttle Landing Facility, President Trump returned to Cape Canaveral to attend the second attempted launch of the SpaceX Dragon 2 spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center, along with Vice President Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence.[65] President Trump delivered the remarks at the Vehicle Assembly Building after the launch was finally successful.[66] President Trump Postlaunch Remarks (NHQ202005300035).jpg

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Maine Maine Bangor, Guilford June 5 Arriving via Bangor International Airport, President Trump participated in a roundtable on supporting America's commercial fishermen. He then flew to Guilford on Marine One to visit a plant where they manufacture swabs for COVID testing.[67] President Trump in Maine (49986746617).jpg
Texas Texas Dallas June 11 Arriving via Dallas Love Field Airport, President Trump participated in a Roundtable at the Gateway Church Dallas Campus, and then attended a Republican fundraiser at the home of Kelcy Warren, the CEO of Energy Transfer Partners, whose company built the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.[68] President Trump Attends a Roundtable on the Transition to Greatness Restoring, Rebuilding and Renewing (49997743008).jpg
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster June 11–13 Arriving via Newark Liberty International Airport, President Trump spent the weekend at Trump National Golf Club.[68]
New York (state) New York West Point June 13 President Trump flew on Marine One to West Point, landing on The Plain. He delivered the commencement address at the United States Military Academy.[69] West Point Class of 2020 graduates in historic ceremony (03).jpg
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster June 13–14 President Trump returned to New Jersey to spend the rest of the weekend at Trump National Golf Club. He returned to Washington via Morristown Municipal Airport.[68]
Oklahoma Oklahoma Tulsa June 20 Arriving via Tulsa International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at the BOK Center.[70] President Trump Travels to OK (50033792691).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling June 21 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[71][72]
Arizona Arizona Yuma, Phoenix June 23 Arriving via Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, President Trump visited the sections of the US–Mexico border wall in Yuma. He then flew to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and held a 'Student for Trump' rally at the Dream City Church in Phoenix.[73] President Trump Travels to Arizona (50041201182).jpg
Wisconsin Wisconsin Green Bay, Marinette June 25 Arriving via Austin Straubel International Airport, President Trump participated in a Fox News Town Hall at the Jet Air Group Facilities. He then flew on Marine One to Menominee–Marinette Twin County Airport to visit Fincantieri Marinette Marine.[74] President Trump Travels to Wisconsin (50046757343)
Virginia Virginia Sterling June 27 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[75]
June 28 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C. with Senator Lindsey Graham.[76]

July[edit]

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Virginia Virginia Sterling July 3 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[77]
South Dakota South Dakota Keystone Arriving via Ellsworth Air Force Base, President Trump flew to Keystone on Marine One. President Trump visited the Sculptor's Studio, and spoke at Mount Rushmore before a fireworks display in honor of Independence Day.[78] Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration (50083355631).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 5 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[79][80]
Florida Florida Doral, Hillsboro Beach July 10 Arriving via Miami International Airport, President Trump traveled to USSOUTHCOM in Doral where he received a briefing on SOUTHCOM Enhanced Counternarcotics Operations and delivered remarks on efforts to stem the flow of illicit drugs.[81] Immediately following, President Trump traveled to the Iglesia Doral Jesus Worship Center to participate in a roundtable on "Supporting the People of Venezuela" which included Congressman Mario Díaz-Balart.[82] Shortly thereafter, President Trump's motorcade made a brief stop at the Trump National Doral Resort before departing Miami en route to Hillsboro Beach via Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport,[83] where President Trump attended a fundraiser at the private residence of Troy Link, CEO of Link Snacks.[84] President Trump at U.S. Southern Command (50107638008).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 11 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[85]
Maryland Maryland Bethesda President Trump traveled on Marine One to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to visit with wounded service members and their families as well as healthcare staff who have been caring for COVID-19 patients. President Trump was accompanied by White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.[86]
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 12 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[87]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Hapeville July 15 Arriving via Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, President Trump spoke at the UPS Hapeville Airport Hub to discuss transportation and infrastructure projects. President Trump was accompanied by Senators Loeffler and Perdue as well as by Governor Kemp and Representative Collins.[88] TrumpUPSAtlantaHub2020
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 18 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C. with Senator Lindsey Graham.[89][90]
July 19 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C. with Senator Lindsey Graham.[91]
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster July 24–26 Arriving via Morristown Municipal Airport and flying to Bedminster on Marine One, President Trump spent the weekend at Trump National Bedminster.[92] On July 25, Trump played golf with NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre, and later attended an event hosted by America First Action Super PAC.[93][94] President Trump and Brett Favre (50159265167)
North Carolina North Carolina Morrisville July 27 Arriving via Raleigh-Durham International Airport, President Trump visited and toured the Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies’ Innovation Center in Morrisville.[95][96] President Trump at the Bioprocess Innovation Center at Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies (50162977747).jpg
Texas Texas Odessa, Midland July 29 Arriving via Midland International Air and Space Port, President Trump participated a fundraising event at the Odessa Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. Accompanied by Senator Ted Cruz, Governor Greg Abbott, and Former Energy Secretary Rick Perry, President Trump then visited and toured the Double Eagle Energy oil rig before authorizing a series of construction and operation permits along the southern border with Mexico.[97][98][99] President Trump in Texas (50169668378)
Florida Florida Tampa, Belleair July 31 Arriving via Tampa International Airport, President Trump participated in a Campaign Coalitions Event with Florida Sheriffs. He then participated in a COVID-19 Response and Storm Preparedness round table, before speaking at a fundraising dinner at the Pelican Golf Club. President Trump in Florida (50184076483).jpg

August[edit]

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Virginia Virginia Sterling August 1 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[100][101]
August 2 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[102]
Ohio Ohio Cleveland, Clyde, Bratenahl August 6 Arriving via Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport, President Trump delivered remarks on Economic Prosperity. He then flew on Marine One to Sandusky County Regional Airport to tour and deliver remarks at Whirlpool Corp. He then returned to Cleveland on Marine One, and drove to the Shoreby Yacht Club in Bratenahl, where he delivered remarks at a fundraising committee reception.[103] He then returned to Cleveland, and flew to New Jersey. President Trump at the Whirlpool Corporation Manufacturing Plant (50209855523).jpg
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster August 6–8 Arriving via Morristown Municipal Airport and flying to Bedminster on Marine One, President Trump spent the night at Trump National Golf Club.[104] President Trump Signs a Presidential Memorandum (50210031153).jpg
New York (state) New York Southampton, Water Mill August 8 Flying on Marine One to Southampton High School, President Trump attended fundraisers at the private residences of hedge fund manager John Paulson in Southampton, and his son Donald Trump Jr. in Water Mill.[105]
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster August 8–9 President Trump returned to New Jersey to spend the rest of the weekend at Trump National Bedminster.
Long Branch August 9 Flying on Marine One to George L. Catrambone Elementary School in Elberon, President Trump attended a fundraiser at the private residence of the late Stanley Chera, a real estate mogul and personal friend of the President who passed away from COVID-19.[106] He then returned to Washington via Morristown Municipal Airport.
New York (state) New York Manhattan August 14 Arriving via Morristown Municipal Airport and flying to the Downtown Manhattan Heliport on Marine One, President Trump visited his younger brother Robert Trump at NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital.[107][108] President Trump Travels to NY (50236251238).jpg
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster August 14–16 Flying from Manhattan to Bedminster on Marine One, President Trump spent the weekend at Trump National Golf Club.[109][110] President Trump in NJ (50237119412).jpg
Minnesota Minnesota Minneapolis, Mankato August 17 President Trump delivered remarks on "Jobs and the Economy" at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport.[111] He then flew to Mankato Regional Airport and delivered remarks on jobs and the economy.[111][112] President Trump in MN (50240082458)
Wisconsin Wisconsin Oshkosh President Trump delivered remarks on "Jobs and the Economy" at Wittman Regional Airport.[113][114]
Iowa Iowa Cedar Rapids August 18 Arriving via The Eastern Iowa Airport, President Trump participated in an Iowa Disaster Recovery Briefing.[115] President Trump in IA (50241590106)
Arizona Arizona Yuma Arriving via Yuma International Airport, President Trump received an update on the Mexico–United States barrier.[116][117] President then also delivered remarks on "Immigration and Border Security" at Yuma International Airport.[116][118] President Trump in Arizona (50244472531).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Old Forge August 20 Arriving via Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport, President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at Mariotti Building Products.[119][120] While returning to the airport, the President stopped at the Arcaro & Genell pizza restaurant.[121][122] President Trump in PA (50251585671).jpg
Virginia Virginia Arlington County August 21 President Trump delivered remarks at the 2020 Council for National Policy Meeting at the Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City.[123] President Trump at the 2020 Council for National Policy Meeting (50262524983).jpg
Sterling August 22 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[124][125]
August 23 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[126]
North Carolina North Carolina Charlotte, Mills River August 24 Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump spoke at the 2020 Republican National Convention at the Charlotte Convention Center and formally accepted the 2020 Republican Nomination. He then flew on Marine One to Asheville Regional Airport, toured the Flavor First Growers and Packers facility and delivered remarks on the Farmers to Families Food Box Program. He then returned to Washington via Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport. This visit was concurrent with the first day of the 2020 Republican National Convention, which partially took place in Charlotte.[127] President Trump in North Carolina (50267376961).jpg
Maryland Maryland Baltimore August 26 Flying on Marine One from Fort Lesley J. McNair, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visited Fort McHenry for Vice President Mike Pence's speech accepting the Republican Party Vice Presidential nomination at the 2020 Republican National Convention.[128]
New Hampshire New Hampshire Londonderry August 28 President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at Manchester–Boston Regional Airport.[129] President Trump in NH (50290422486).jpg
Louisiana Louisiana Lake Charles August 29 Arriving via Chennault International Airport, President Trump visited the areas affected by Hurricane Laura. Trump began by visiting a warehouse used by the Cajun Navy.[130] Governor John Bel Edwards lead Trump on a tour to survey some of the damage in downtown Lake Charles.[131][132] He then walked to Fire Company One, located at the Lake Charles Fire House, to meet with individuals involved in the response to the Hurricane.[132][133][134] Trump quickly greeted members of the 3rd Battalion of the 156th Infantry Division at an armory outside of Lake Charles Boston High School Cougar Stadium.[135][136] President Trump in Louisiana (50290475166).jpg
Texas Texas Orange Arriving on Marine One via Orange County Airport, President Trump met with officials at the emergency operations center in the Orange County Convention and Expo Center.[137][138] He then returned to Washington via Lake Charles, Louisiana. President Trump in Texas (50290674437).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling August 30 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[139]

September[edit]

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Wisconsin Wisconsin Kenosha September 1 Arriving via Waukegan National Airport, President Trump visited and meet with law enforcement and survey damage from recent riots in wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake, delivering remarks at B&L Office Furniture Inc. and meeting with affected individuals outside of Rode's Camera Shop.[140][141][142] He visited the Emergency Operations Center at Mary D. Bradford High School, and participated in a round-table on Wisconsin Community Safety.[143] President Trump Travels to WI (50298292697).jpg
North Carolina North Carolina Wilmington September 2 Arriving at Wilmington International Airport, President Trump delivered remarks at the airport. He commemorated the 75th Anniversary of the end of World War II at the battleship USS North Carolina. He also designated Wilmington as the first American World War II Heritage City.[144] President Trump Travels to NC (50305425706).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Latrobe September 3 President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport.[145][146] President Trump Travels to PA (50305616287).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling September 5 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[147][148][149]
September 6 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[150]
Florida Florida Jupiter September 8 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump visited Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum. He delivered remarks on Environmental Accomplishments for the People of Florida, to discuss Everglades restoration.[151] President Trump Travels to Florida (50322499403).jpg
North Carolina North Carolina Winston-Salem President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at Smith Reynolds Airport.[152][153] President Trump in North Carolina (50322510318).jpg
Michigan Michigan Freeland September 10 President Trump held a Keep America Great Rally at MBS International Airport.[154][155] President Trump Travels to Michigan (50329963263).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Shanksville September 11 Arriving via Johnstown–Cambria County Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump flew to the Flight 93 National Memorial on Marine One, and participated in a memorial service honoring the victims of United Airlines Flight 93 which crashed into a field in Somerset County on September 11, 2001.[156] President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks at the 19th anniversary of the Flight 93 National Memorial Observance (50331444597).jpg
Nevada Nevada Minden, Las Vegas, Henderson September 12–14 Arriving via Reno-Tahoe International Airport, President Trump drove to Minden–Tahoe Airport and held a "Great American Comeback Event" at the airport.[157] He then flew to McCarran International Airport, and spent the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[158] On September 13, President Trump held a "Latinos for Trump Roundtable" and participated in a roundtable with supporters at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino. President Trump also participated in a roundtable with supporters and also held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Xtreme Manufacturing. He returned to Las Vegas to again spend the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[159] President Trump Travels to Nevada (50341892622).jpg
California California McClellan Park September 14 Arriving via Sacramento McClellan Airport, President Trump visited the areas affected by California wildfires. He delivered remarks and participated in a Ceremony Recognizing the California National Guard.[160] President Trump in California (50345520447).jpg
Arizona Arizona Phoenix Arriving via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, President Trump held a "Latinos for Trump Roundtable" at the Arizona Grand Resort.[161] President Trump Travels to Arizona (50345550507).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Philadelphia September 15 Arriving via Philadelphia International Airport, President Trump participated in an ABC Town Hall at the National Constitution Center.[162] President Trump Travels to PA (50349050837).jpg
Wisconsin Wisconsin Mosinee September 17 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Central Wisconsin Airport.[163] President Trump Travels to Wisconsin (50355293443).jpg
Minnesota Minnesota Bemidji September 18 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Bemidji Regional Airport.[164] President Donald Trump in MN (50367155598).jpg
North Carolina North Carolina Fayetteville September 19 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Fayetteville Regional Airport.[165] President Trump in North Carolina (50367871756).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling September 20 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[166]
Ohio Ohio Vandalia, Swanton September 21 President Trump delivered remarks on "Fighting for the American Worker" at Dayton International Airport.[167] President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Toledo Express Airport.[168]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Moon Township September 22 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Pittsburgh International Airport.[169][170]
North Carolina North Carolina Charlotte September 24 Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump delivered remarks on the America First Healthcare Vision.[171] President Trump Delivers Remarks on the America First Healthcare Plan (50382649502).jpg
Florida Florida Jacksonville, Doral September 24–25 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" at Cecil Airport.[172] He then flew to Miami International Airport, and spent the night at the Trump National Doral Miami.[173] On September 25, President Trump participated in a "Latinos for Trump" Roundtable discussion.[174]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta September 25 Arriving via Dobbins Air Reserve Base, President Trump delivered remarks on "Black Economic Empowerment: The Platinum Plan" at Cobb Galleria Centre.[175]
Virginia Virginia Newport News President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport.[176]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Middletown September 26 President Trump held a "Great American Comeback Event" Harrisburg International Airport.[177] President Trump Travels to PA (50397987022).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling September 27 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[178][179]
Ohio Ohio Cleveland September 29 Arriving via Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, President Trump participated in the first presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University, along with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.[180][181]
Minnesota Minnesota Shorewood, Duluth September 30 Arriving via Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, President Trump traveled to Shorewood to participate in a Fundraising Committee Reception at the private home of Martin Davis, a prominent Republican donor.[182] He then flew to Duluth and held a "Make American Great Again Event" at Duluth International Airport.[183] Donald Trump rally in Duluth MN (2020-09-30) 01.jpg

October[edit]

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New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster October 1 Arriving via Morristown Municipal Airport and flying to Bedminster on Marine One, President Trump participated in a roundtable with supporters and delivered remarks at a fundraising committee reception at Trump National Golf Club.[184][185]
Maryland Maryland Bethesda October 2–5 President Trump traveled to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment for Coronavirus disease 2019.[186][187] Trump was driven around the hospital on October 4.[188] He was released by his doctors back to the White House on Monday afternoon.[189][190] President Trump Works at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (50423941602).jpg
Florida Florida Sanford October 12 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Orlando Sanford International Airport.[191][192]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Johnstown October 13 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport.[193][194][195] President Trump Travels to PA (50489589792).jpg
Iowa Iowa Des Moines October 14 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Des Moines International Airport.[196]
North Carolina North Carolina Greenville October 15 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Pitt–Greenville Airport.[197][198] President Trump Travels to NC (50494333662).jpg
Florida Florida Doral, Miami, Fort Myers, Ocala October 15–16 Arriving via Miami International Airport, President Trump delivered remarks at a Fundraising Committee Reception at Trump National Doral Miami.[199] President Trump participated in a NBC News town hall at Pérez Art Museum Miami.[200][201] He spent the night at the Trump National Doral Miami.[202][203] On October 16, arriving via Southwest Florida International Airport, President Trump delivered remarks on Protecting America's Seniors at Caloosa Sound Convention Center & Amphitheater.[204][205] He then flew to Ocala and held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Ocala International Airport.[206][207] Protecting America's Seniors Event (50506171702).jpg
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Macon October 16 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Middle Georgia Regional Airport.[208][209]
Michigan Michigan Muskegon October 17 President Trump delivered remarks on "Supporting the American Way of Life" at Muskegon County Airport.[210] President Trump Travels to Michigan (50505313618).jpg
Wisconsin Wisconsin Janesville President Trump delivered remarks on "Supporting Law Enforcement" at Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport.[211][212]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas October 17–18 Arriving via McCarran International Airport, President Trump spent the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[213] On October 18, President Trump attended the International Church of Las Vegas Service.[214][215]
California California Newport Beach October 18 Arriving via John Wayne Airport, President Trump participated in a roundtable with supporters and delivered remarks at a fundraising committee reception at the private residence of Palmer Luckey, who designed the Oculus Rift.[216][217]
Nevada Nevada Carson City, Las Vegas October 18–19 Arriving via Reno-Tahoe International Airport, President Trump traveled to Carson City to held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Carson City Airport.[218] President Trump returned to Las Vegas to again spent the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[219][220]
Arizona Arizona Prescott, Tucson October 19 Arriving via Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, President Trump flew to Prescott on Marine One where he held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Prescott Regional Airport.[221] He then flew to Tucson where he also held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Tucson International Airport.[222] President Trump Travels to Arizona (50508935803).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Erie October 20 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Erie International Airport.[223][224] President Trump Travels to Pennsylvania (50516529091).jpg
North Carolina North Carolina Gastonia October 21 Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Event" at Gastonia Municipal Airport.[225][226]
Tennessee Tennessee Nashville October 22 Arriving via Nashville International Airport, President Trump participated in a roundtable with supporters at JW Marriott Nashville.[227] President Trump participated in the final presidential debate at Belmont University, along with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.[228]
Florida Florida The Villages, Pensacola, Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach October 23–24 Arriving via Ocala International Airport, President Trump flew to The Villages Polo Club on Marine One, where he held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event".[229] President Trump then flew to Pensacola also held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Pensacola International Airport.[230] Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump spent the night at Mar-a-Lago.[231] On October 24, President Trump casts his ballot by early voting at Palm Beach County Main Library.[232][233]
North Carolina North Carolina Lumberton October 24 Arriving via Fayetteville Regional Airport, President Trump delivered remarks on "Fighting for the forgotten Men and Women" at Robeson County Fairgrounds.[234][235]
Ohio Ohio Circleville Arriving via Rickenbacker International Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Pickaway Agriculture and Event Center.[236][237]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Waukesha Arriving via Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Waukesha County Airport.[238][239]
New Hampshire New Hampshire Manchester October 25 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Manchester–Boston Regional Airport.[240] President Trump Travels to New Hampshire (50533390512).jpg
Maine Maine Levant Arriving via Bangor International Airport, President Trump visited Treworgy Family Orchards.[241][242] President Trump Travels to Maine (50533390322).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Allentown, Lititz, Martinsburg October 26 Arriving via Lehigh Valley International Airport, President Trump delivered remarks to American workers at HoverTech International.[243][244] President Trump flew to Lititz to held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Lancaster Airport.[245][246] Then arriving via Johnstown–Cambria County Airport, President Trump traveling to Altoona–Blair County Airport on Marine One, where he also held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event".[247][248]
Michigan Michigan Lansing October 27 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Capital Region International Airport.[249]
Wisconsin Wisconsin West Salem Arriving via La Crosse Regional Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway.[250][251]
Nebraska Nebraska Omaha President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Eppley Airfield.[252][253]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas October 27–28 Arriving via McCarran International Airport, President Trump spent the night at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[254][255]
Arizona Arizona Bullhead City, Goodyear October 28 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport.[256] President Trump flew to Goodyear where he also held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Phoenix Goodyear Airport.[257][258]
Florida Florida Doral, Tampa October 28–29 Arriving via Miami International Airport, President Trump spent the night at the Trump National Doral Miami.[259][260] On October 29, arriving via Tampa International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Raymond James Stadium.[261][262]
North Carolina North Carolina Fort Bragg October 29 Arriving via Pope Army Field, President Trump traveled to Fort Bragg, where he presented a Presidential Unit Citation and visited the The Special Warfare Memorial Statue.[263][264]
Michigan Michigan Waterford Township October 30 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Oakland County International Airport.[265][266]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Green Bay President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Green Bay–Austin Straubel International Airport.[267][268]
Minnesota Minnesota Rochester President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Peaceful Protest" at Rochester International Airport.[269][270] President Trump Boards Air Force One (50558375023).jpg
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Newtown, Reading, Butler, Montoursville October 31 Arriving via Trenton-Mercer Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again, Again" at The Keith House.[271][272] President Trump flew to Reading held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Reading Regional Airport.[273][274] Then arriving via Pittsburgh International Airport, President Trump traveling to Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport on Marine One, where he also held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event".[275][276] President Trump flew to Montoursville also held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Williamsport Regional Airport.[277]

November[edit]

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Michigan Michigan Washington November 1 Arriving via Oakland County International Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Michigan Stars Sports Center.[278][279]
Iowa Iowa Dubuque President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Dubuque Regional Airport.[280][281]
North Carolina North Carolina Hickory Arriving via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, President Trump traveling to Hickory Regional Airport on Marine One, where he held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event".[282][283]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Rome President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Richard B. Russell Airport.[284][285]
Florida Florida Opa-locka, Doral November 1–2 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport.[286][287] President Trump spent the night at the Trump National Doral Miami.[288][289]
North Carolina North Carolina Fayetteville November 2 President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Fayetteville Regional Airport.[290]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Scranton President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport.[291]
Michigan Michigan Traverse City President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Cherry Capital Airport.[292]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Kenosha Arriving via Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Kenosha Regional Airport.[293]
Michigan Michigan Grand Rapids President Trump held a "Make America Great Again Victory Event" at Gerald R. Ford International Airport.[294]
Virginia Virginia Rosslyn November 3 President Trump visited the Republican National Committee Annex offices on Election Day.[295][296]
Sterling November 7 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[297][298] Trump-white-house-1.jpg
November 8 President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[299]
Arlington November 11 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Arlington National Cemetery for Veterans Day, where he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.[300][301] Veterans Day 2020 (50591926647).jpg
Sterling November 14 After passing by the Willard InterContinental Washington and doing a circuit of Freedom Plaza, President Trump played golf at Trump National D.C.[302][303][304]
November 15 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[305][306]
November 21 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[307]
November 22 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[308]
November 26 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[309]
November 27 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[310]
November 28 Arriving from Camp David, President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.[311]

December[edit]

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Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Valdosta December 5 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump held a "Victory Rally" in support of United States Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler and their runoff election campaigns at Valdosta Regional Airport.[312] President Trump and the First Lady Travel to Georgia (50706354131).jpg
New York (state) New York West Point December 12 Arriving via Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, NY, President Trump attended the 121st Army-Navy game at Michie Stadium on the campus of the United States Military Academy.[313] President Trump at the Army-Navy Football Game (50722755588).jpg
Virginia Virginia Sterling December 13 President Trump visited the Trump National D.C., where he played golf.
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach December 23–31 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump spend their Christmas Holiday at his resort in Mar-a-Lago.[314] On Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and December 27–30, President Trump played golf at Trump International Golf Club. President Trump Speaks with Military Service Personnel on Christmas Day (50773967692).jpg

January (2021)[edit]

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Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Dalton January 4 Arriving via Dobbins Air Reserve Base and flying to Dalton on Marine One, President Trump held a "Victory Rally" in support of United States Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler and their runoff election campaigns at Dalton Municipal Airport.[315] President Trump Travels to Georgia (50807583857).jpg
Texas Texas Alamo January 12 Arriving via Valley International Airport and flying on Marine One to McAllen International Airport, President Trump visited sections of the US–Mexico border wall in Alamo.[316] President Trump Travels to Texas (50832161382).jpg
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago January 20 Arriving via Palm Beach International Airport, President Trump travelled to his Florida country club to complete his term, becoming the first president since Andrew Johnson in 1869 not to attend his elected successor's inauguration.[317]

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  78. ^ Karni, Annie; Haberman, Maggie (July 5, 2020). "At Mt. Rushmore and the White House, Trump Updates 'American Carnage' Message for 2020". The New York Times.
  79. ^ Suebsaeng, Swin (July 5, 2020). "In town print pool report 2 - arrived at..." Kinja. The motorcade has arrived at Trump National Golf Club, in Sterling, Virginia, around 10:11 am ET.
  80. ^ Luscombe, Richard (July 5, 2020). "Trump celebrates Fourth of July by stoking division over pandemic and race". The Guardian. On Sunday, Trump spent what was by one count the 366th day of his presidency at one of his own private properties, and the 274th playing golf.
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  83. ^ Cartillier, Jerome (July 10, 2020). "Subject: Travel pool report # 11 - Unscheduled stop at Trump National Doral". White House Public Pool. Retrieved July 11, 2020.
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  87. ^ Dáte, Shirish (July 12, 2020). "WH pool report 3 — golf". Kinja. The president’s SUV turned into his private, for-profit golf course in Sterling, Virginia at 0939.
  88. ^ Bluestein, Greg. "Trump to visit Atlanta next week to tout his transportation agenda". ajc. Retrieved July 9, 2020.
  89. ^ Bowden, Ebony (July 18, 2020). "In-town pool report #2: Arrival at Trump National Golf Club". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at Trump National Golf Club in Virginia at 9.04 a.m. after an uneventful 35 minute ride.
  90. ^ Madhani, Aamer; Berry, Lynn (July 18, 2020). "Fourteen hours later, Trump says he is 'saddened' by Lewis' death". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved July 19, 2020.
  91. ^ Baker, Peter (July 19, 2020). "Pool Report #3". Kinja. The motorcade arrived at the Sterling club at 8:47 am for a presumed golf outing. If you picked Lindsey Graham in the who-is-the-mystery-guest pool, you're a winner.
  92. ^ "Trump Possibly Returning to Bedminster This Weekend". Bernardsville-Bedminster, NJ Patch. July 23, 2020. Retrieved July 23, 2020.
  93. ^ Schwab, Nikki (July 25, 2020). "Travel Pool Report No. 2 - Trump golfs with Brett Favre". Kinja. Today, President Donald J. Trump played golf with one of the great NFL players Brett Favre at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster.
  94. ^ Schwab, Nikki; Deere, Judd (July 25, 2020). "Travel Pool Report No. 4 - fundraiser details". Kinja. This evening (outlook-data-detector://0) at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, President Donald J. Trump will be a special guest at an event hosted by America First Action, a 527 organization not associated with any campaign or candidate.
  95. ^ Murphy, Brian (July 23, 2020). "Trump to visit North Carolina biotech company, discuss vaccine efforts Monday". The News & Observer.
  96. ^ "President Trump tours Morrisville FUJIFILM facility working on COVID-19 vaccine". WTVD. July 27, 2020. While visiting the Bioprocess Innovation Center at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies in Morrisville on Monday, President Donald Trump touted the country's progress in producing a COVID-19 vaccine under Operation Warp Speed.
  97. ^ "President Trump to visit Midland-Odessa". KCBD. July 8, 2020. Retrieved July 12, 2020. Republican Party officials confirmed to CBS7 that President Trump will be in Midland-Odessa on July 29 for a fundraising luncheon.
  98. ^ Svitek, Patrick; Ferman, Mitchell (July 29, 2020). "Trump rallies oil and gas workers in the Permian Basin against Democrats ahead of the November election". The Texas Tribune. Retrieved July 31, 2020.
  99. ^ Gillman, Todd J. (July 29, 2020). "In West Texas, Trump touts energy policy, scoops up $7M from donors and tries to tamp down Biden surge". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved July 31, 2020.
  100. ^ Treene, Alayna (August 1, 2020). "In-town pool report #3 — Arrival at Trump National". Kinja. The pool passed by Trump National Golf Club in Virginia at 10am.
  101. ^ "Trump heads to his own golf club as Covid-19 surges and jobless benefits expire". The Guardian. August 1, 2020.
  102. ^ "Subject: In-town pool report #2". Public Pool. Retrieved August 2, 2020.
  103. ^ "Trump will visit Clyde Whirlpool facility on Thursday". Toledo Blade. Retrieved August 5, 2020.
  104. ^ McGraw, Meridith (August 6, 2020). "WH Travel #15 - Trump landed at Bedminster". Kinja. Per the WH, President Trump landed at his private golf club in Bedmister, New Jersey at 9:32p.
  105. ^ Schwartz, Brian (August 3, 2020). "Trump returns to the Hamptons for fundraising swing as Biden closes the cash gap". CNBC. Retrieved August 6, 2020.
  106. ^ "President Trump To Attend Private Fundraiser In Deal, NJ". The Yeshiva World. August 2, 2020. Archived from the original on August 7, 2020. Sources tell YWN that the event will be held at the home of the late Stanley Chera Z”L, a close friend of Trump, and one of the most prominent members of the Sephardic Syrian communities in Brooklyn and Deal NJ.
  107. ^ Karni, Annie (August 14, 2020). "President Trump Visits Younger Brother in Hospital in New York". The New York Times. Archived from the original on August 14, 2020. President Trump visited his younger brother, Robert S. Trump, on Friday at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan.
  108. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (August 14, 2020). "WH travel pool #4 - New York arrival". Kinja. We landed at the Wall Street Journal Landing zone at 3:51 pm. Marine One landed at 3:56 pm.
  109. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (August 14, 2020). "WH travel pool #8 - Arrival at Bedminster". Kinja. POTUS arrived at Bedminster Landing Zone at 5:43 pm ET. We touched down in Somerset Landing Zone at 5:37 pm ET. Pool was ushered into vans and are headed to the president’s Bedminster golf club.
  110. ^ White House Office of the Press Secretary (August 14, 2020). "WEEKEND GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2020, THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2020". Kinja.
  111. ^ a b Hauser, Tom (August 18, 2020). "Trump one-on-one: President says denial of federal aid to state might be 'punishment' for Minneapolis". KSTP-TV. Archived from the original on August 18, 2020.
  112. ^ Lucey, Catherine (August 17, 2020). "Out of Town Pool Report #5 - Mankato". Kinja. Air Force One landed in Mankato at 1:26 PM CDT under bright sunny skies. President Trump exited “God Bless the USA” at 1:45 PM CDT.
  113. ^ Beck, Molly; Mueller, Chris (August 17, 2020). "'I won't forget you': Trump rallies Wisconsin crowd with Oshkosh event targeting Biden nomination, DNC". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
  114. ^ Lucey, Catherine (August 17, 2020). "Out of town pool report #8 - Oshkosh event". Kinja.
  115. ^ Richardson, Ian. "President Donald Trump approves Iowa's disaster declaration, will visit Cedar Rapids Tuesday". Des Moines Register. Retrieved August 17, 2020.
  116. ^ a b Hansen, Robert J.; Gonzales, Daniel; Carranza, Rafael (August 18, 2020). "In Yuma, Trump highlights border record, attacks Biden, Democrats on immigration policy". The Arizona Republic.
  117. ^ Crilly, Rob (August 18, 2020). "Out of town pool report 10: Wall comments plus Post Office, Miles Taylor, Russia, China". Kinja. POTUS meets local officials with a section of the border wall in a side room to main hangar where Billy Joel's Piano Man seeps through the walls. He inspected a section of wall that is about 18ft tall.
  118. ^ Keil, Sumiko (August 14, 2020). "New Details: Trump to hold campaign event at Yuma International Airport Tuesday". KYMA-DT. President Donald Trump will be in Yuma on Tuesday, August 18, to deliver remarks on what he calls Joe Biden's failures on immigration and border security. Trump is scheduled to speak at the Joe Foss Hangar at the Yuma International Airport located at 2191 E 32 St. at 1 p.m.
  119. ^ "President Trump slams Biden, promotes plans for second term in Old Forge rally". WNEP-TV. August 20, 2020.
  120. ^ Kim, Seung Min (August 20, 2020). "Travel pool report #4 — Arrival at Mariotti Building Products". Kinja. The POTUS motorcade arrived at Mariotti Building Products, a renovation and remodeling business in Old Forge, at 3:21 p.m.
  121. ^ Kim, Seung Min (August 20, 2020). "Travel report #8 — Unscheduled stop at pizza place". Kinja. POTUS made an unscheduled stop at Arcaro and Genell Takeaway Kitchen, a pizza shop, at 4:55 p.m. He left the Beast, greeted by applause from the awaiting crowd, and pool was brought very briefly inside the small pizza place as POTUS greeted its employees and left with some pie.
  122. ^ "President Trump picks up pizza in Old Forge after campaign event". Bucks County Courier Times. August 20, 2020. Trump greeted employees at the counter of Arcaro & Genell Takeaway Kitchen, aftrer leaving a rally at lumber yard at Mariotti Building Products.
  123. ^ Orr, Gabriella (August 21, 2020). "In-town pool report no. 4 — Potus remarks". Kinja.
  124. ^ Wegmann, Philip (August 22, 2020). "In-Town Pool Report #2: Arrival". Kinja. The motorcade arrived at Trump National Golf Club a few minutes ago.
  125. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. [@svdate] (August 22, 2020). "GOLF UPDATE -- 22 AUG 2020: Trump is back at his golf course in Virginia. He has now spent 271 days on a golf course he owns in his 1,311 days in office. It is his 91st day on the course at Sterling. Taxpayer-paid golf tab remains at $142 million" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  126. ^ Morton, Joseph (August 23, 2020). "Pool report #2 - Arrival at golf club". Kinja. The motorcade arrived at Trump National Golf Club at 9:39 a.m.
  127. ^ Chalfant, Morgan (August 21, 2020). "Trump to visit North Carolina on Monday as GOP convention begins". The Hill. Retrieved August 21, 2020.
  128. ^ "Trump makes surprise trip to Fort McHenry for Pence's 'law & order' RNC speech". KVIA-TV. August 26, 2020. Retrieved August 27, 2020. President Donald Trump made a surprise appearance at Baltimore’s Fort McHenry following Vice President Mike Pence’s speech at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night.
  129. ^ "President Trump Holds Rally In Londonderry, New Hampshire". WBZ-TV. August 28, 2020. The president addressed supporters at a hangar at Pro Star Aviation on Kelly Avenue.
  130. ^ Feldmann, Linda (August 29, 2020). "Pool report 7- warehouse visit". Kinja. We visited Warehouse being used for Cajun Navy relief supplies.
  131. ^ Feldmann, Linda (August 29, 2020). "Travel pool 8 - arrival next destination - neighborhood". Kinja. Location: Near downtown Lake Charles, cross streets are Division and Louisiana, near interstate.
  132. ^ a b Guidry, Leigh (August 29, 2020). "Trump in Lake Charles vows to "take care of Louisiana" after seeing Hurricane Laura damage". The Daily Advertiser.
  133. ^ Feldmann, Linda (August 29, 2020). "Travel pool 9 - Potus briefing at Lake Charles Fire House, took a few press Qs at bottom". Kinja.
  134. ^ "Remarks by President Trump in an Emergency Operations Briefing Lake Charles, LA (August 29, 2020)". whitehouse.gov. August 30, 2020 – via National Archives.
  135. ^ Feldmann, Linda (August 9, 2020). "Travel pool 10- quick Louisiana National Guard visit". Kinja. Motorcade arrived Cougar Stadium at 2:20. Maybe 200 uniformed National Guard are standing at attention, in formation. Trump greets them.
  136. ^ Stole, Bryn (August 29, 2020). "President Trump surveys Hurricane Laura damage: 'I'm here to support the great people of Louisiana'". The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate. The president then made a quick unannounced stop at a National Guard armory, where aides hustled press photographers into the back of a parked high-water truck to snap pictures of Trump with the 3rd Battalion of the 156th Infantry, with a high school football stadium next door serving as backdrop.
  137. ^ Feldmann, Linda (August 29, 2020). "Travel pool 15- tour of emergency ops center". Kinja. Motorcade arrived 3:40 pm at Orange County convention and expo center. Pool was led to the emergency operations center.
  138. ^ Murrell, I.C. (August 29, 2020). "Orange County well-wishers hope for help from Trump administration after Laura's impact". The Port Arthur News. Archived from the original on August 31, 2020. Retrieved August 31, 2020. The motorcade, however, entered southbound, opposite the throng of well-wishers, into the Orange County Convention and Expo Center for a roundtable discussion on relief efforts following the impact of Hurricane Laura early Thursday.
  139. ^ Nakamura, David (August 30, 2020). "In Town travel pool #2/golf". Kinja. The presidents motorcade arrived at Trump National in Sterling at 10:15 a.m. after an uneventful commute.
  140. ^ Jordan, Ben (September 2, 2020). "Kenosha business owner declines President Trump photo-op, former owner replaces him". WTMJ-TV.
  141. ^ "Remarks by President Trump During Survey of Property Damage". whitehouse.gov. September 1, 2020 – via National Archives.
  142. ^ Goodin, Emily (September 1, 2020). "Out of town pool report #5 - arrival in Waukegan". Kinja. AF1 was wheels up at 11:43 am ET from JBA and wheels down at Waukegan National Airport at 12:14 pm central time.
  143. ^ Ruthhart, Bill; Pearson, Rick (September 1, 2020). "In Kenosha, Trump says law enforcement isn't systemically racist, and the needed structural change is safety". The Chicago Tribune.
  144. ^ Wood, Lilia; Weston, Annette; Basden, Sydney (September 2, 2020). "President Trump designates Wilmington as the first WWII Heritage City". ABC News. Retrieved March 24, 2021. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  145. ^ Erdley, Deb (September 3, 2020). "Trump fires up enthusiastic crowd at campaign stop at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport near Latrob". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Archived from the original on September 4, 2020. Retrieved September 4, 2020.
  146. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. (September 3, 2020). "WH travel pool report 4 -- Arrival in Latrobe". Kinja. Air Force 1 set down at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport -- named for the golf legend who grew up here -- at 1855 after a 48-minute flight that passed by a towering thunderhead that cast a long, dark shadow to starboard.
  147. ^ Goba, Kadia (September 5, 2020). "In town pool report #2". Kinja. The President’s motorcade arrived at Trump National Golf Club, in Sterling, VA. at 10:06 am.
  148. ^ "Donald Trump visits his golf club amid outrage over remarks about US war dead". The Guardian. September 5, 2020. However, on Saturday Trump visited the Trump National Golf Club, in Virginia, passing by various roadside protesters, including one who waved a placard that read: “Elect A Clown Get A Circus”.
  149. ^ O'Donnell, Kelly [@KellyO] (September 5, 2020). "Golf can often be a frustrating game even for devoted players. The president, on his course today in Virginia,seemed less than pleased with this shot. @NBCNews video taken at distance" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  150. ^ Robertson, Noah (September 6, 2020). "In-town pool report #2 Arrival". Kinja. The caravan pulled into Trump National in Sterling, Virginia, at 9:55.
  151. ^ Hayes, Kelly (September 8, 2020). "Donald Trump to visit Jupiter to discuss Everglades restoration". Florida Politics.
  152. ^ Young, Wesley (September 9, 2020). "Trump rally brings exposure to local airport". Winston-Salem Journal. Smith Reynolds Airport Director Mark Davidson estimates that 7,000 to 9,000 supporters of President Donald Trump packed the area in front of the airport terminal on Tuesday, with the arrival of the president and Air Force One giving the local airport a nice profile boost.
  153. ^ Megerian, Christopher (September 10, 2020). "Pool report 9 — Landed in NC". Kinja. Archived from the original on November 14, 2020. Retrieved September 10, 2020. We landed in Winston-Salem at 6:34 and the plane taxied in front of a crowd of supporters.
  154. ^ Wilner, Michael A. (September 10, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #2". Kinja. AF1 was wheels down at MBS International Airport in Freeland, MI at 6:59 pm.
  155. ^ Barrett, Malachi (September 10, 2020). "Donald Trump's Michigan rally draws estimated 5,500 supporters to crowded aircraft hangar". Booth Newspapers. An estimated 5,500 people packed into an aircraft hangar to see President Donald Trump speak at a rally in Saginaw County on Thursday.
  156. ^ Routh, Julian (September 11, 2020). "Trump, Biden pay their respects at the Flight 93 National Memorial". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  157. ^ DeHaven, James; Mendez, Andrew (September 12, 2020). "Trump in Minden: Largely maskless crowd hears attacks on Nevada's mail-in election, Biden". Reno Gazette-Journal.
  158. ^ Walters, Mackenzie (September 7, 2020). "President Trump to host rally in Reno Saturday". KRNV. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  159. ^ Valencia, Peter (September 7, 2020). "President Trump to visit Las Vegas on Sunday, host 'Great American Comeback' event". KSNV. Retrieved September 8, 2020.
  160. ^ Lemire, Jonathan; Madhani, Aamer; Weissert, Will; Knickmeyer, Ellen (September 14, 2020). "Trump spurns science on climate: 'Don't think science knows'". Star Tribune.
  161. ^ "Trump in Arizona: Air Force One leaves Phoenix Sky Harbor following Latinos for Trump event". The Arizona Republic. September 14, 2020. Archived from the original on September 17, 2020. Retrieved September 17, 2020.
  162. ^ Scott, Katherine; McCormick, Annie; Brooks, Bob; Ileto, Christie (September 16, 2020). "President Trump faces uncommitted voters during ABC News town hall in Philadelphia". WPVI-TV.
  163. ^ Cullerton, Brendan (September 17, 2020). "Pres. Trump makes stop in Mosinee as part of 'Great American Comeback' tour". WDJT-TV. Archived from the original on September 18, 2020. Retrieved September 18, 2020.
  164. ^ Olson, Hannah (September 18, 2020). "Trump delivers sprawling speech to thousands at Bemidji rally". Duluth News Tribune. Archived from the original on September 19, 2020. Retrieved September 19, 2020.
  165. ^ Henderson, John; DeVane, Steve; Evenson, Kara (September 19, 2020). "The latest: 'Get out and vote' and 'make sure they're not cheating,' Trump says at Fayetteville rally". The Fayetteville Observer. Archived from the original on September 20, 2020. Retrieved September 20, 2020.
  166. ^ Lesniewski, Niels (September 20, 2020). "In-town pool report #3 -- Sterling". Kinja. Archived from the original on September 20, 2020. The motorcade arrived at Trump National in Sterling, Va., at 10:44 a.m.
  167. ^ "Trump: The choice to replace late Justice Ginsburg will be a woman; 'We're vetting five right now'". WHIO-TV. September 21, 2020. The event at Wright Bros. Aero, 3700 McCauley Drive, is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
  168. ^ "President Trump makes campaign stops in Dayton, Toledo". WKYC. September 22, 2020.
  169. ^ Cassesse, Shelby (September 22, 2020). "President Donald Trump Holds Rally At Pittsburgh International Airport". KDKA-TV. President Trump was at Pittsburgh International Airport on Tuesday night, rallying support 42 days before the general election.
  170. ^ Walker, Hunter (September 22, 2020). "Travel Pool Report #3 - The POTUS has landed". Kinja. Air Force One touched down at Pittsburgh International Airport at 7:14 pm.
  171. ^ Houck, Taggard (September 24, 2020). "President Trump signs Executive Orders, sets stage for new America First Healthcare plan". WYFF.
  172. ^ Lebron, Sky (September 24, 2020). "Thousands Pack Jacksonville's Cecil Airport For Trump Campaign Rally". WJCT.
  173. ^ Smith, Sebastian (September 24, 2020). "Out of town travel pool report #12 + lid". Kinja. President Trump’s motorcade entered the Doral club at 9:47 pm.
  174. ^ "President Trump in South Florida for 'Latinos for Trump' Roundtable in Doral". NBC News. September 25, 2020.
  175. ^ "President Trump speaks to Black business leaders Friday, revealing 'Platinum Plan'". WSB-TV. September 25, 2020.
  176. ^ "IN PHOTOS, VIDEO: Trump supporters gather at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport for president's rally". WY Daily. September 25, 2020.
  177. ^ Cheung, Karina (September 26, 2020). "President Trump makes campaign stop in Middletown, celebrates SCOTUS nomination". WHP-TV.
  178. ^ Berenson, Tessa (September 27, 2020). "In-town pool report #4: Trump national golf club". Kinja. The motorcade arrived at the Trump National Golf club at 10:08 after an uneventful ride.
  179. ^ Knoller, Mark [@markknoller] (September 27, 2020). "Pres Trump takes fairway shot at his Virginia golf club. Seen from a distance by CBS News cameraman Bart Noonan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  180. ^ LeBlanc, Paul. "Notre Dame withdraws from hosting first presidential debate due to coronavirus". CNN. Retrieved July 27, 2020.
  181. ^ Whitesides, John; Renshaw, Jarrett; Hunnicutt, Trevor; Holland, Steve; Bourg, Jim (September 29, 2020). Goller, Howard (ed.). "No handshake at start of first Trump-Biden presidential debate in age of coronavirus". Reuters.
  182. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. (September 30, 2020). "WH travel pool 4 – fundraiser details". Kinja. The home at 26310 Birch Bluff Road is owned, according to Hennepin County records, by DMA Investments LLC. DMA Investments is linked to Martin Davis, a prominent GOP donor and a member of a wealthy Minnesota family with a number of businesses, including Cambria USA, a quartz countertop maker, and Davis Family Dairies.
  183. ^ Fritze, John; Jackson, David. "Trump returns to campaign trail with Minnesota rally after widely panned debate". USA Today.
  184. ^ Megerian, Christopher (October 1, 2020). "Travel pool 3 — Bedminsiter". Kinja. According to the press office, Marine One landed at Trump National Bedminster at 2:33 p.m.
  185. ^ Salant, Jonathan D. (October 1, 2020). "Trump leaves N.J. after a brief stay to raise money for his campaign". NJ.com. President Donald Trump left New Jersey Thursday after a brief stop to raise money for his re-election campaign.
  186. ^ Forgey, Quint; Choi, Matthew; McGray, Meredith; Cook, Nancy (October 2, 2020). "White House says Trump will be at Walter Reed for 'the next few days'". Politico. President Donald Trump is being taken by helicopter to Walter Reed Military Medical Center early Friday evening and will spend the “next few days” there, the White House said after Trump announced earlier in the day that he had tested positive for Covid-19.
  187. ^ Chambers, Francesca (October 2, 2020). "Supplemental Pool Report #2: POTUS arrival". Kinja. The president arrived in Marine One at the Walter Reed Landing Zone at 6:29 PM.
  188. ^ McCaskill, Nolan D. (October 4, 2020). "Trump makes surprise appearance outside hospital". Politico. President Donald Trump surprised supporters on Sunday afternoon with a drive outside of Walter Reed Medical Center, where he has been hospitalized with Covid-19 since Friday.
  189. ^ Smith, Allan; Gregorian, Dareh (October 5, 2020). "Trump returns to White House after leaving hospital, sheds mask for photo opportunity". NBC News.
  190. ^ Saunders, Debra J. (October 5, 2020). "Supplemental Pool Report-Marine 1 landing". Kinja. Marine One landed at 6:54 POTUS emerged at 6:57.
  191. ^ Chambers, Francesca (October 12, 2020). "Out of Town Pool Report #3: arrival". Kinja. Air Force One touched down at the Orlando Sanford International Airport at 6:39 pm.
  192. ^ Lemongello, Steven; Rice, Katie; Glenn, Caroline (October 12, 2020). "'I feel so powerful,' President Trump declares at Sanford airport rally". The Orlando Sentinel. Archived from the original on October 15, 2020.
  193. ^ McGraw, Meridith (October 13, 2020). "WH Travel #2 - Arrival in Johnstown, POTUS begins". Kinja. Air Force One touched down around 7:20pm to a massive crowd gathered outside of a hangar at John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport in PA.
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  198. ^ Crilly, Rob (October 15, 2020). "Travel pool report #2: Greenville airport". Kinja. Air Force One was wheels down 13:21.
  199. ^ Crilly, Rob (October 15, 2020). "Travel pool report #8: Doral". Kinja. Motorcade pulled into Trump National Doral at 17:05 after short hop from airport.
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  202. ^ Crilly, Rob (October 15, 2020). "Travel Pool Report #15: Trump National Doral and lid". Kinja. Motorcade pulled into gates of the Trump National Doral at 21:33.
  203. ^ CBSMiami (October 16, 2020). "President Trump Continues Fight For Florida With Stops In Fort Myers, Ocala Friday". WFOR-TV. The president, who spent the night at his Trump National Doral Miami after town hall Thursday night at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, will fly to Fort Myers Friday morning.
  204. ^ Crilly, Rob (October 16, 2020). "Travel pool report #6: Caloosa Sound Convention Center". Kinja. Motorcade arrived Caloosa Sound Convention Center & Amphitheater at 13:38.
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  207. ^ Solomon, Josh (October 16, 2020). "Trump rallies in Ocala with 18 days to go". The Tampa Bay Times.
  208. ^ Crilly, Rob (October 16, 2020). "Travel pool report #13: Macon arrival". Kinja. Air Force One wheels down Middle Georgia Regional Airport at 18:53. We are here for second MAGA rally of the day.
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  211. ^ Miller, Steven (October 17, 2020). "Print Travel Pool #5". Kinja. Wheels down 6:31 p.m. CDT at Janesville, Wisconsin.
  212. ^ Beck, Molly; Marley, Patrick (October 17, 2020). "Trump tells thousands in Janesville that Wisconsin is key to winning 'the whole ball game'". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Archived from the original on October 18, 2020. Retrieved October 18, 2020.
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  214. ^ Saunders, Debra J. (October 18, 2020). "Trump attends church service in Las Vegas". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Archived from the original on October 18, 2020. President Donald Trump attended services at the International Church of Las Vegas Sunday morning where Pastor Paul Marc Goulet blessed and praised the president “because you just came to church.”
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  218. ^ Jacques, Joe. "President Trump speaks to supporters at rally in Carson City, Nevada". Reno Gazette-Journal. President Donald Trump spoke to supporters during a rally in Carson City about Joe Biden, COVID-19 and more on Sunday.
  219. ^ Miller, Steven A. (October 18, 2020). "Print Travel Pool #18". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at Trump Hotel at 8:05 p.m. PDT.
  220. ^ News 3 Staff (October 18, 2020). "President Trump arrives in Las Vegas to spend the night at Trump International Hotel". KSNV. Officials confirm that the president landed in Las Vegas on Sunday night before heading to Trump International Hotel.
  221. ^ D'Anna, John (October 19, 2020). "Even with temperatures rising, Trump rally is a hot ticket for the faithful in Prescott". The Arizona Republic.
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  223. ^ Walker, Hunter (October 20, 2020). "Travel Pool #2 - Wheels Down In Erie". Kinja. Archived from the original on October 21, 2020. Air Force One was wheels down at Erie International Alrport at about 7:27 pm after an uneventful flight through a beautiful sunset.
  224. ^ Cathey, Libby (October 20, 2020). "Election 2020 live updates: Trump delivers shorter-than-usual speech in chilly Pennsylvania". ABC News. Archived from the original on October 21, 2020.
  225. ^ Smith, Sebastian (October 21, 2020). "Out of town pool report #3". Kinja. Archived from the original on October 22, 2020. POTUS Motorcade arrived at Gastonia Municipal Airport at 7:06 pm after a speedy ride along Interstate 85 under gold and silver sunset skies.
  226. ^ WBTV Web Staff (October 22, 2020). "President Trump speaks to crowd of 23,000+ at Gastonia, N.C. rally". WIS. The president delivered remarks at a Make America Great Again Rally on Oct. 21. The event happened at Gastonia Municipal Airport on Gaston Day Road.
  227. ^ Allison, Natalie (October 22, 2020). "Trump campaign holding fundraiser in Nashville ahead of debate: See guests arrive to J.W. Marriott". The Tennessean. Archived from the original on October 24, 2020. Retrieved October 24, 2020.
  228. ^ Roberts, William (October 23, 2020). "At last, a somewhat civil debate between Trump and Biden". Al Jazeera English.
  229. ^ Gillespie, Ryan; Rice, Katie (October 23, 2020). "Trump blasts Biden before thousands crowded together in The Villages". The Orlando Sentinel.
  230. ^ Little, Jim. "President Donald Trump uses Pensacola rally to urge Panhandle to vote". Pensacola News Journal. Trump spoke before a large crowd of several thousand people on the tarmac in front of the ST Engineering hangar at the Pensacola International Airport and urged his supporters to turn out to vote.
  231. ^ Goodin, Emily (October 23, 2020). "WH travel pool #13 - arrival at Mar-a-Lago and lid". Kinja. Archived from the original on October 24, 2020. Motorcade arrived at Mar-a-Lago at 11:03 pm after an uneventful motorcade.
  232. ^ Ocasio, Bianca Padro; Smiley, David. "Trump votes early in West Palm Beach as both campaigns rally in Florida". Tampa Bay Times. Trump cast his ballot at the Palm Beach County main library in West Palm Beach at around 10 a.m.
  233. ^ Goodin, Emily (October 24, 2020). "WH travel pool #2 - arrival at voting location". Kinja. POTUS arrived at the Palm Beach County Main Library (it’s across the street from his West Palm Beach golf club) at 9:53 am to cast his ballot.
  234. ^ Davis, Akilah (October 24, 2020). "President Donald Trump delivers remarks at Robeson County Fairgrounds on Saturday". WTVD. Archived from the original on October 26, 2020. On Saturday, Trump delivered remarks on "fighting for forgotten men and women in Lumberton" at the fairgrounds.
  235. ^ Goodin, Emily (October 24, 2020). "WH travel pool #7 - Lumberton arrival". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at the Robeson County Fairgrounds in Lumberton at 12:53 pm. The event is called “Fighting for the Forgotten Men and Women.”
  236. ^ Henry, Allen. "President Trump holds campaign rally in Circleville". WCMH-TV. The president’s supports started lining up bright and early Saturday morning outside the Pickaway County Fairgrounds, which would normally be hosting the annual Pumpkin Show this weekend.
  237. ^ Goodin, Emily (October 24, 2020). "WH travel pool 16 - arrival in Circleville". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at the Pickway Agricultural Center and Event Center in Circleville at 5:13 pm.
  238. ^ Glauber, Bill; Marley, Patrick (October 23, 2020). "Mitchell Airport denied Trump campaign request to hold rally, forcing move to Waukesha". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. President Trump will still land at Mitchell on Air Force One and then transfer to Waukesha County Airport for the event that is due to begin at 7 p.m.
  239. ^ Glauber, Bill; Beck, Molly (October 24, 2020). "Donald Trump continues Wisconsin push, hoping he can replicate 2016 formula". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
  240. ^ Phelps, Jonathan (October 26, 2020). "Trump draws large crowd at airport nine days before election". New Hampshire Union Leader. Trump last spoke in the Granite State in August, in the same spot outside Manchester-Boston Regional Airport’s Pro Star Aviation.
  241. ^ Curtis, Abigail (October 25, 2020). "Trump supporters 'dropped everything and came' when they heard about president's visit". Bangor Daily News. Supporters of President Donald Trump gathered by Bangor International Airport and at Treworgy Family Orchards on Sunday to await the president’s relatively impromptu visit to the area.
  242. ^ Samuels, Brett (October 25, 2020). "Out of town pool report #8: Orchard arrival". Motorcade arrived at Treworgy Family Orchards in Levant at 3:34.
  243. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. (October 26, 2020). "Wh travel pool report 4 — rally site, start". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at the venue for the rally, the firm “Hovertech, where a stage and some risers had been set up behind the buildings, at 1110.
  244. ^ Salamone, Anthony (October 25, 2020). "'The president needs a favor': Why HoverTech owner is hosting Trump's visit to Lehigh Valley". The Morning Call.
  245. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. (October 26, 2020). "Wh travel pool report 7 — arrival in Lititz". Kinja. Air Force 1 set down on the wet runway at Lancaster airport at 1326 following a 23 minute 38 second flight.
  246. ^ Southwick, Ron (October 26, 2020). "President Trump returns to Pa., appears in Lancaster County: Watch live". The Patriot-News. Archived from the original on October 26, 2020.
  247. ^ Dáte, Shirish V. (October 26, 2020). "Wh travel pool report 11 — transfer to helicopters". Kinja. Air Force 1 landed at John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport at 1603 after a 28-minute flight. The president emerged from the plane 8 minutes later, gave the pool a thumbs up and walked over to Marine 1 some 50 yards away.
  248. ^ Metts, Sarah (October 26, 2020). "Thousands gather at Altoona-Blair County Airport for President Trump's rally". WJAC-TV. Right before flying to Blair County, he made a stop in Lancaster earlier Monday, but at the Altoona-Blair County Airport, thousands of Trump supporters lined up all morning long to get inside to hear his remarks which were scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.
  249. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 27, 2020). "Out of town pool report #2 — Lansing, MI". AF1 was wheels down at Capital Region International Airport at 2:44 p.m. Eastern and taxied to a stop a few hundred feet from the stage, surrounded by rally attendees and some large American flags hung from cranes to the sides.
  250. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 27, 2020). "Out of town pool report #7 — speedway arrival". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at MotorSports Management Company in West Salem at 5 p.m. after a 14-minute drive from the airport, passing some scattered groups of bundled-up Trump supporters waving from the roadside.
  251. ^ Mergen, Rachel (October 27, 2020). "Supporters of all ages show up to cheer for Trump at the La Crosse Fairgrounds". Kenosha News. The bleachers were packed full, with no room for social distancing Tuesday, as President Donald Trump visited the La Crosse Fairgrounds in West Salem.
  252. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 27, 2020). "Out of town pool report #10 — wheels down Omaha". Kinja. AF1 was wheels up from LaCrosse, WI at 6:41 p.m. Central and wheels down at Omaha’s Eppley Airfield at 7:48.
  253. ^ Dunker, Chris (October 27, 2020). "Trump rallies supporters in crucial 2nd congressional district". Lincoln Journal Star.
  254. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 27, 2020). "Out of town pool report #14 — RON and lid". Kinja. Motorcade arrived at the RON at 9:40 p.m. local after a drive down the strip past a lot of curious onlookers.
  255. ^ Mason, Jeff; Scheyder, Ernest; Whitesides, John. Feast, Lincoln; Elgood, Giles (eds.). "With six days left in race, Trump heads to Arizona and Biden delivers COVID-19 speech". Reuters. After staying overnight in Las Vegas, Nevada, Trump will hold airport rallies in Bullhead City, Arizona, in the state’s northwestern corner near Nevada, and in Goodyear, outside Phoenix, the state’s biggest city.
  256. ^ Saunders, Debra J. (October 28, 2020). "Trump criticizes Sisolak in Arizona border rally". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Archived from the original on October 29, 2020. Thwarted from bringing one of his campaign rallies to Southern Nevada because of the state’s COVID-19 gathering limits, President Donald Trump instead held a rally just over the border at the Laughlin/Bullhead City International Airport Wednesday.
  257. ^ Sanchez, Yvonne Wingett (October 28, 2020). "'The best is yet to come': Trump makes late reelection pitch in Bullhead City, Goodyear". The Arizona Republic. Archived from the original on October 29, 2020. Retrieved October 29, 2020. Trump headlined two campaign appearances to thousands of mostly maskless supporters near airport tarmacs in Bullhead City and in Goodyear
  258. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 28, 2020). "Out of town pool report #6 — Bullhead City, AZ arrival". Kinja. AF1 was wheels up from LAS at 11:42 Pacific and wheels down in AZ at 12:06.
  259. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 28, 2020). "Out of town pool report #15 — Doral arrival and lid". Kinja. Motorcade pulled through the gates to Trump National Doral at 11:11 p.m.
  260. ^ "President Trump, Joe Biden In Florida Thursday To Rally Support". WFOR-TV. October 29, 2020. Archived from the original on October 29, 2020. President Trump landed in Miami Thursday night and stayed overnight at his Trump National Doral Miami.
  261. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 29, 2020). "Out of town pool report #4 — Tampa arrival". Kinja. Archived from the original on October 29, 2020. AF1 was wheels up from MIA at 12:39 p.m. and wheels down at Tampa International Airport at 1:25. [...] We’ll be motorcading shortly to Raymond James Stadium, home of the Bucs, where the rally with POTUS and FLOTUS is taking place in the north parking lot.
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  263. ^ Stokols, Eli (October 29, 2020). "Out of town pool report #9 — NC arrival". Kinja. AF1 wheels up from Tampa at 3:55 p.m. — with Mark Meadows in the press cabin explaining the decision to cancel the Fayetteville rally, which he said will be Monday morning — and wheels down at Pope Army Airfield in NC at 5:05.
  264. ^ "The Latest: Trump meets troops involved in al-Baghdadi raid". The Associated Press. October 29, 2020. Archived from the original on October 30, 2020. Trump flew into Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on Thursday for what the White House described as “troop engagement.” [...] White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters traveling with Trump on Air Force One after the visit that Trump presented the troops with a Presidential Unit Citation and visited a Special Forces memorial on the sprawling military base.
  265. ^ Wilner, Michael (October 30, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #2 — Michigan arrival". Kinja. Archived from the original on October 30, 2020. AF1 was wheels down at Oakland County International Airport at 1:12 pm EST after an uneventful flight.
  266. ^ Mauger, Craig (October 30, 2020). "President Trump claims country is 'rounding the corner' amid new COVID-19 surges". The Detroit News. Archived from the original on October 30, 2020. Retrieved October 30, 2020. With temperatures hanging just above 30 degrees and COVID-19 cases on the rise in Michigan, thousands of people gathered for Trump's rally at the Oakland County International Airport in Waterford Township four days before Election Day.
  267. ^ Wilner, Michael (October 30, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #6 — Wisconsin arrival". Kinja. AF1 touched down at Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport at 2:46 pm CDT after an uneventful, 45-minute flight. POTUS deplaned at 2:59 pm CDT.
  268. ^ Hurley, Scott (October 30, 2020). "Trump makes one last campaign push in Northeast Wisconsin". WLUK-TV. Archived from the original on October 30, 2020. Retrieved October 30, 2020. Friday's rally at Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport was Trump's second appearance in Wisconsin this week.
  269. ^ Wilner, Michael (October 30, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #10 — Minnesota arrival". Kinja. Archived from the original on November 1, 2020. AF1 touched down at Rochester International Airport at 5:30 pm CDT after another an eventful flight.
  270. ^ Lauritsen, John (October 30, 2020). "Trump Rallies In Rochester, With Spillover From 250 Capacity Showing Support Outside". WCCO-TV. Archived from the original on November 1, 2020. President Donald Trump spoke Friday at the Rochester International Airport, to a crowd of about 250 supporters, but hundreds of others who couldn’t get inside were showing their support outside.
  271. ^ Orr, Gabriella (October 31, 2020). "Out-of-town pool no. 4 – Arrival at first rally". Kinja. Motorcade pulled into Keith House-Washington's Headquarters at 12:38 p.m. following a beautiful drive through some Pennsylvania country roads.
  272. ^ DiMattia, Anthony; Callahan, Marion. "President Donald Trump: Pennsylvania 'will save the American dream'". Bucks County Courier Times. Archived from the original on October 31, 2020. In front of a boisterous crowd of supporters outside The Keith House in Upper Makefield, Trump delivered a speech attacking Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the first of three trips across Pennsylvania with less than 72 hours before Election Day.
  273. ^ Orr, Gabriella (October 31, 2020). "Out-of-town pool no. 7 — Arrival in reading". Kinja. Air Force One was wheels down at Reading Regional Airport at 3:19 p.m. after a very short flight from Newton.
  274. ^ Cheung, Karina (October 31, 2020). "Trump rallies across Pennsylvania, stops in Reading to rally voters". WHP-TV. President Trump flying on Airforce One, touching down in Reading, he pumped up supporters, and tossed hats into the crowd.
  275. ^ Orr, Gabriella (October 31, 2020). "Out-of-town pool no. 11 — Butler Arrival". Kinja. Archived from the original on November 14, 2020. Retrieved November 1, 2020. Ospreys were wheels down in Butler at 6:14 p.m.
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  278. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (November 1, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #3 - Waterford Township arrival". Kinja. AF1 was wheels up at 9:11 a.m. and wheels down at 10:16 a.m. at Oakland County International Airport in Waterford Township, MI.
  279. ^ Brown, Bria (October 30, 2020). "President Trump To Deliver Remarks In Macomb County Sunday". WWJ-TV. President Donald Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks Sunday in Macomb County for a Make America Great Again Victory Rally. The rally will take place at the Michigan Stars Sports Center located at 65665 Powell Road.
  280. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (November 1, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #8 - Iowa arrival". Kinja. AF1 was wheels down at 1:24 p.m central at Dubuque Regional Airport, where it’s a sunny 36 degrees.
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  282. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (November 1, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #12 - Charlotte arrival". Kinja. AF1 was wheels down at 5:32p.m. at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. [...] We are headed for Hickory Regional Airport for rally no. 3.
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  285. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (November 1, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #15: Georgia arrival". Kinja. Archived from the original on November 2, 2020. AF1 was wheels down at 8:54 pm.
  286. ^ Subramanian, Courtney (November 1, 2020). "Out-of-town pool report #17: Florida arrival". Kinja. AF1 was wheels down at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport at 11:31 pm.
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  304. ^ Smith, David (November 14, 2020). "WH in-town pool report #3/ POTUS greeted by cheering crowd on Pennsylvania Avenue". Kinja. The motorcade passed the Willard Hotel and did a circuit of Freedom Plaza, where people had climbed on walls and other structures for a better view.
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