Trump rallies, coffee, and other events on his way to Florida

Trump rallies in Florida are taking shape, as the presidential candidate heads to the state to campaign for the Republican nomination.

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Trump, who is campaigning in the state ahead of a state vote on May 8, is expected to meet with voters before and after the rally at the Trump International Hotel and Tower, according to a Trump campaign official.

Trump has been making his presence known in Florida and surrounding areas as he prepares for a likely victory.

Trump is scheduled to hold several rallies across the state before the vote on the state’s April 27 ballot.

The two rallies, scheduled for May 7 and 8, will be held at Trump International in West Palm Beach and at the West Palm Coliseum in West Bradenton.

The West Palm rally will be his third since January, when he held a rally at Florida International University, a public institution.

Trump has been touring Florida as part of his effort to rally voters behind his candidacy.

At least two rallies in recent weeks have been attended by tens of thousands of people.

Trump’s rallies in the past two weeks have included the endorsement of GOP Gov.

Rick Scott, as well as the announcement of his new hotel in Palm Beach County, which he has said will be a boon to the county.

The rally schedule, as of now, includes three rallies in Jacksonville, three in St. Petersburg, and two in Jacksonville and the airport in Jacksonville.

The rally schedule includes rallies in Tampa, Fort Myers, West Palm, and St. Lucie.

There is no scheduled time for a rally in West Florida, according the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

Trump and his campaign have not announced where they will hold their next rally.

Trump told supporters in Florida on Saturday night that he has been traveling extensively during the week and that he plans to take his campaign to every corner of the state.

“This is a rally,” Trump told the crowd in West Hillsborough.

“I want you to come out and be with me.

I want you all to come with me, because I have to take this nation and the country.

We’re going to take it to the other side.”

The rally in Palm Bay, Florida, will mark the third time the Trump campaign has held a Florida rally.

The first, held in Palm Springs in January, was attended by more than 20,000 people.