President Trump is in Pennsylvania on Saturday for the second time in a week, in an effort to court some of the same rural and White working-class voters who supported him four years ago.
With fewer than 40 days left until the race comes to a head in November, The Associated Press reported Saturday that the president's campaign has grown increasingly focused on the battleground state.
“With Pennsylvania, I don’t have to make a play, we’ve got Pennsylvania,” President Trump confidently stated during a rally Tuesday night just outside of Pittsburgh.
Large cities like Philadelphia usually swing left and Trump previously underperformed in those suburbs.
Trump will spend $11.5 million and Biden $10.1 million.