Donald Trump will hold a rally in North Dakota on Saturday, the first of three big rallies planned for the state on his three-state, four-day itinerary.
The president will hold his rally at the Dakota Access Pipeline site on Thursday, the day after a planned rally at a Sioux Falls hotel.
The first of Trump’s four rallies in North America will take place in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on March 8.
Trump’s March 4 rally in Sioux City, Iowa, drew more than 200,000 people, according to the Trump campaign.
The rally drew about 1 million people in Washington, D.C., on March 10.
Trump and his family will travel to a military facility in St. Louis on Friday to meet with troops and veterans in a ceremony honoring former President Barack Obama.
He will then head to St. Paul, Minnesota, on Saturday.
Trump will hold another rally at his own St. Petersburg, Florida, golf course on March 12.
Trump also plans to hold a series of events in South Carolina and Nevada, including one rally in Las Vegas.