The Trump rally drew 2,600,000 people to the Louisiana city of St. Tammany Parish Saturday, with the president’s campaign announcing plans to hold rallies in four other states, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
The president’s Louisiana campaign, meanwhile, announced that it would hold two more rallies in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Trump’s campaign is currently working with a group of local officials to set up a rally in Baton Rouge on Monday.
Trump has already held two rallies in Mississippi and a Louisiana campaign rally last month.
The two rallies are the first time Trump has hosted a major rally in the Deep South since the election.
“We are confident we will be able to pull off a victory in Louisiana, and we are confident that we will make Louisiana proud,” Trump said in a statement.
The state has been hit by severe flooding in recent days and is now facing a potential shortage of supplies due to the hurricane.
“I want to thank all of the people of Louisiana, especially the people in the Baton Rouge area and throughout the state, for standing with us and making the decision to take on the challenges of the Trump Administration,” Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said in his own statement.
“The Governor is hopeful that the new leadership at the Governor’s Office and Governor’s House in Baton Rose will help make Louisiana’s relief effort successful.”
In a statement, the Louisiana Governor’s office said that the governor’s office was coordinating with the state’s National Guard and National Guard contractors.
The Louisiana National Guard, which was already in place to provide support to the state and other states impacted by the hurricanes, will now also be coordinating with state officials to ensure adequate supplies are being sent to the region.
“In light of the unprecedented flooding in Louisiana we are making every effort to assist Louisiana residents in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Harvey,” the governor said.
“Our National Guard is working closely with our National Guard counterparts from other states and the Federal Government in coordination with our state and local partners.”
Trump will hold a campaign rally at 2:30 p.m. local time (6:30 a.m., ET) at the Louisiana Convention Center in Baton Leger.
He will also hold a press conference at 6:30pm local time to address the crowd.
The Republican nominee will speak at 6 p.meters (20 feet) from where he was born, in a campaign stop in Baton Roussillon, a small town in the northwest of the state.
In the past, Trump has made his own appearance in Baton-Rouge, which sits along the Mississippi River about an hour north of St Louis.
The location of the rally was chosen after several months of searching, as Trump had previously only been spotted at his hometown in St. Louis, Missouri, according a CNN report.
The candidate will also visit a local elementary school to thank teachers and students who were evacuated from the area after the hurricane hit.
The campaign said that there will be a $2 million scholarship fund to help Louisiana schools reopen.
Trump previously made a campaign appearance in the Louisiana capital of New Orleans, where he addressed the crowd with his wife Melania and his children, Barron and Ivanka.
The couple is expected to spend the weekend at the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter.