The trip is currently scheduled for Thursday but sources warn that that may change. This trip will be Trump’s third visit to the 2020 battleground country in recent weeks. Trump traveled to Arizona on May 5 to tour the N95 Honeywell mask facility, and last week, he visited a personal protective equipment distribution facility in Pennsylvania. The White House said during the visit Trump is expected to tour a factory that has been redesigned to make ventilators and personal protective equipment to help in the coronavirus response. He is also expected to make comments there. Ford said in a statement that the White House asked to visit the plant as part of the President’s trip to thank businesses that produce PPE and medical equipment. “We are proud to be able to assemble more vehicles in the US than any other automaker and welcome Thursday’s visit as part of Ford’s long history of becoming president and senior government leader,” the company said in a statement. The White House said during his dismissal Trump is expected to discuss collaboration between Ford and General Electric, which has begun production of PPE and ventilators to try to help increase demand. Vice President Mike Pence has also taken a similar strategy. He is expected to travel to Orlando next week, where he will meet with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to discuss the gradual reopening in Florida, provide personal protective equipment to nursing homes and hold round table meetings with hotel and tourism industry leaders. Pence has previously visited Minnesota, Virginia, Florida, Wisconsin and Colorado since being tapped to lead the coronavirus task force. A source familiar with Pence’s trip suggests that although that is not the main motivation, visiting places has its benefits. “The fact that we are visiting battlefield countries is cherry on it, that is an added bonus. But it is certainly not a motivating factor,” the source told CNN last month. This story has been updated to include Trump’s travel confirmation from the White House and Ford. .
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