President Donald Trump will return yet again to North Dakota.

MyNDNow reports the president will stop off in Fargo next Friday (September) to stump once again for the Kevin Cramer for Senate campaign.

The details of the visit have yet to be announced. This will be the third visit to the state for Mr. Trump since he assumed office.

The president won the state by a comfortable margin in the 2016 election, but has faced some criticism of late, most notably from the state's agricultural community, due to the ongoing trade war. Even many fellow Republicans are critical of the administration's trade policies, calling the tariffs harmful to local markets, particularly soybeans.

Previously, the president spoke at a rally in June in the Fargo area. The New York Times called into question a number of the claims he made at the time.

He also appeared in Bismarck in September of 2017.

 

[Source: KXMB News]