Donald Trump is planning a South Carolina visit ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. The former President, who is running for the third time, will be in Pickens on July 1 at 1 p.m.
Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks to voters, along with state lawmakers and other special guests, according to an announcement from his campaign.
The campaign said the event would be held on East Main Street.
Doors open to the event at 9 a.m., with special guest speakers delivering remarks at 11:30 a.m. and Trump speaking at 1 p.m.
General admission tickets are available here.
Trump is maintaining a rigorous campaign calendar despite making historic news this week as the first former President to be federally indicted. Trump was arraigned Tuesday on 37 federal charges, most for violations of the Espionage Act related to his storage of classified documents at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago.
Trump was also indicted in Manhattan over hush money payments to porn star Stormy Daniels and he faces a possible indictment in Georgia over his attempts to overturn the 2020 election.
Trump maintains his innocence on all fronts. Speaking after the federal indictment this week, Trump has sought to pivot from his legal woes to questioning President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents, which is also currently under investigation. However, Biden’s documents stem from his career as a U.S. Senator, which doesn’t have the same requirements for document retention as U.S. Presidents.
Expect Biden’s South Carolina remarks to continue the trend of what critics are calling “whataboutism,” calling attention to “1,850 boxes.”
“He’s got boxes in Chinatown D.C. He’s got boxes all over the place. He doesn’t know what the hell to do with them and he’s fighting them on the boxes. He doesn’t want to give the boxes. And then they say Trump is obstructioning, he’s obstructing,” Trump said at a previous campaign rally.