Donald Trump is heading back to Texas, but this time he won’t be visiting the border.
The real estate mogul will hold a rally in Dallas on Sept. 14, before he heads to California to deliver a speech and participate in the second GOP debate on Sept. 16, hosted by CNN.
Trump announced the event on Twitter on Friday afternoon, saying “will be great to be back in Texas.” The arena seats around 18,000 people, and is normally home to the Dallas Mavericks.
The rally will be held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas at 6 p.m. CST and tickets are being distributed on a Ticketmaster site for free.
This will be Trump’s first big campaign event in Texas, and follows his trip here in July when he visited the town of Laredo, and toured the U.S.-Mexico border before delivering remarks about illegal immigration and his plan to build a wall.
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SOURCE: CNN, Noah Gray