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Donald Trump headed back to Michigan on June 25

Donald Trump at a rally
Donald Trump is returning to Michigan, this time June 25 at an event sponsored by the Oakland County Republican Party. (Maxim Elramsisy /
  • Trump is keynote speaker for a dinner June 25 in Novi
  • The Oakland County GOP is hosting the event and expects 4,000 to 5,000 people
  • Trump leads all polls for the GOP presidential nomination'

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Former President Donald J. Trump plans to return to Michigan on June 25 as the keynote speaker for an Oakland County Republican Party event in honor of former President Abraham Lincoln. 

“President Trump's unparalleled leadership, unwavering dedication to conservative values, and relentless pursuit of American greatness have left an indelible mark on our country and the world,” the organization wrote in a Facebook post.


The event is at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Tickets will be available beginning May 11, according to a social media post by the Oakland County Republican Party. 


The county GOP invited Trump to the dinner 10 years ago, with a turnout of over 2,000 people. This year, the party is expecting 4,000 to 5,000 attendees. 

Trump has visited Michigan numerous times, attracting thousands of supporters at his rallies. His last visit was in October to support Tudor Dixon, who ran and lost against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in November.

Now, Trump is making his rounds again after he announced late last year that he is running for president in 2024.

He has continued to attract huge crowds and lead all polls among potential GOP contenders, despite becoming the first former president to be criminally prosecuted in April. He faces 34 counts related to claims he arranged payouts to conceal extramarital affairs during his first run for president in 2016. 

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a possible Trump opponent for the Republican ticket, visited Michigan in April and made speeches decrying what he called the “woke” movement.

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