Biden and Trump to Visit Georgia This Weekend

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This weekend, both current President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will make appearances in Georgia, setting the stage for the anticipated re-election showdown in the state’s upcoming presidential primary election.

Former President Trump is scheduled to hold a rally in Rome on Saturday evening, while President Biden will be in Atlanta on the same day. Both leaders are vying for re-election to the White House in the November elections.

U.S. House Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, representing Rome, expressed the need for a larger venue for the rally, emphasizing the strong support for Trump in Northwest Georgia.

Trump’s campaign announced that he would deliver remarks at a “Get out the Vote” rally at 5 p.m. at the Forum River Center in Rome. On the other hand, details about Biden’s campaign events in Atlanta have not been released by the White House yet.

Biden and Trump to Visit Georgia This Weekend

The presidential preference primary in Georgia is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12, with Friday being the last day for early voting in the primary.

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The dynamics of their visits underscore the significance of Georgia in the upcoming elections and the ongoing rivalry between these political heavyweights.

This marks the second occasion where both presidents share the same geographical area before their anticipated re-election campaigns against each other. Recently, both leaders toured the U.S.-Mexico border, focusing on immigration issues.

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