ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Donald Trump is coming back to North Carolina early next week, this time to the mountains.
The Republican presidential candidate’s campaign says he’ll be holding a rally early Monday evening in Asheville’s downtown arena.
Trump spoke earlier this week in Greenville, focusing on national security topics and highlighting his support from retired military brass. Democratic rival Hillary Clinton held a rally Thursday in Charlotte.
Clinton, Trump and their running mates Mike Pence and Tim Kaine have been frequent visitors to North Carolina, considered among the handful of presidential battleground states.