President Trump arrives for rally in Cincinnati
President Donald Trump arrived in the Tri-State about 30 minutes later than planned, which could mean a late start for Thursday night's scheduled 7 p.m. rally at US Bank Arena. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will hold a “Keep America Great” rally to promote their reelection bid. The president's motorcade arrived at the arena about 6: 10 p.m. Trump will hold a private "roundtable" discussion before taking the stage, according to officials. Air Force One landed about 5:40 p.m. at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Ten minutes later, Trump walked down the steps followed by local Republicans Rep. Steve Chabot, Rep. Brad Wenstrup and Sen. Rob Portman. On the tarmac, Trump was greeted by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and Cincinnati FOP President Dan Hils, who presented the president with a police cap and coin.