After Mueller report, Trump turning to 2020 campaign
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is turning his attention to 2020 now that the special counsel’s investigation is largely behind him.
Trump is heading to Grand Rapids, Michigan, for a rally Thursday night — his first political event since the Justice Department said Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of his 2016 campaign colluding with Russian election meddling.
As he left the White House, Trump said, “Michigan is booming.”
The president’s backers started lining up in front of the Van Andel Arena Wednesday evening. Many said they expect a victory lap.
Saundra Kiczenski, who was among the first in line, said she’d never felt the same kind of enthusiasm from the crowd as she awaited her 25th Trump rally. The 40-year-old Kiczenski said, “He’s just going to be on fire.”