Donald Trump rallies with supporters in Orlando as violence surges ahead

President Donald Trump is holding a rally at Orlando’s Lake Eola Park for his upcoming rally against the deadly violence in Orlando, Florida.

Trump is planning to speak from a podium that will be located at the edge of the park.

The event will be at 2 p.m.

EST on Saturday, Aug. 26.

A campaign official says the event will focus on the Orlando mass shooting and Trump’s plans to bring the country together.

Trump’s rally is scheduled to feature several stops at the park, including the Trump Presidential Inaugural Committee, the Presidential Inhouse Committee and a campaign event for Florida Governor Rick Scott.

The official added that the rally is expected to draw about 2,000 people, with the full size of the event set to be announced.

The president has already addressed the Orlando shooting at a rally in Texas.

He has urged Americans to remain peaceful and not let fear divide us.

Trump also will host a campaign rally in Atlanta on Friday, Aug 1.

The Trump Presidential Campaign Committee will be hosting the event, according to the official.

A spokesperson for Scott told reporters that the governor is planning a visit to the Orlando area and that Trump is expected at the rally.

The official also said the rally will include a stop at a hospital in Orlando.

According to the White House, the president will hold a rally on Saturday afternoon at the Florida state capitol building.

More to come.