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President Trump will hold rally in Cape Girardeau

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UPDATED: TUESDAY OCT. 30, 2018

WSIL -- President Trump will hold a rally in Cape Girardeau on Monday, Nov. 5.

The president will speak at the Show Me Center around 9 p.m.

You can register to get tickets here.

ORIGINAL STORY

WSIL -- President Trump may be making another visit to our region.

Axios cites internal White House sources who say the president will stump for Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Josh Hawley on Monday Nov. 5. 

Cape Girardeau Police Chief Wes Blair tells News 3 they've been told President Trump is coming but no details on a time or location have been finalized.

News 3 reached out to Hawley's campaign team to try and get more details. We were told "...all scheduling related matters must be must be confirmed by the White House Press Team."

News 3 has also reached out to the White House, but no details have been confirmed at this point.

President Trump rallied in Murphysboro on Saturday for Congressman Mike Bost.
 

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