President Trump Visiting Bucks County For Halloween Rally

President Donald J. Trump attends a tax reform for energy workers event at Andeavor Refinery, Wednesday, September 6, 2017, in Mandan, North Dakota. Official White House Photo by D. Myles Cullen

President Donald Trump will be in Bucks County this Saturday afternoon for a campaign rally on Halloween.

The specific location is unknown at this point but the event is scheduled for 1:30 p.m.

Trump was reportedly set to visit Pennridge Airport this past Monday but the date moved. It is not confirmed whether this will be location for Saturday’s appearance.

The stop in Bucks is the first of three appearances he will be making that day. He will be at the Reading Regional Airport by 4:30 p.m., then Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport at 7 p.m.

The president is making a habit of making several stops in the Commonwealth per day. On Monday, he appeared for rallies in Allentown, Lititiz, and Martinsburg.

Biden held a drive-in rally in Bristol this past weekend. Trump supporters crashed the event, making national news.

Most recent polls show Former Vice President Joe up between five and eight points in Pennsylvania. FiveThirtyEight is currently forecasting an 86 percent chance Biden wins the Keystone State.

RealClearPolitics has Biden up by 3.5 points. In 2016, RCP had Hillary Clinton up 1.9 points going into election day.

Trump ended up winning the state by .7 points, beating expectations by 2.6 points. Even if the president beats the average by this amount again, Biden would still hold an advantage.

Meantime, Trafalgar Group has the Commonwealth nearly tied at 48 percent each in a survey of 1076 likely voters. The survey from the weekend has Trump up by .8 percent, but has a margin of error of 2.9 percent.

Trafalgar Group was one of the few pollsters to have Trump winning Pennsylvania in 2016. They called the state for Trump by about one point with an MoE of 2.7 percent. Trafalgar was off by just .3 points.