Frankly, given that Wisconsin isn’t in play, it is political malpractice for him to come to Wisconsin, but, then again, his campaign has been rife with senseless acts.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Donald Trump has canceled one of his two planned Wisconsin campaign stops Monday.
Trump’s Wisconsin spokesman Matt Schuck says a scheduling conflict led to Trump canceling his event in West Allis outside of Milwaukee. Another event in Green Bay on Monday is still on.
It’s the second time a Trump event in Wisconsin has been canceled in recent days. Trump was originally scheduled to attend a rally last weekend in southeast Wisconsin, but House Speaker Paul Ryan disinvited him.
Ryan, Gov. Scott Walker and Sen. Ron Johnson are all skipping Trump’s campaign visit on Monday. Ryan and Walker are both going to be out of state and Johnson’s spokesman said he had prior engagements.