LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- President Donald Trump will be visiting the Silver State in September, according to his campaign.
Trump will be in Reno on Saturday, September 12 and in Las Vegas on Sunday, September 13.
The campaign rally in Reno will be called the "Great American Comeback Event" at 4:30 p.m. at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Doors for guests open at 1:30 p.m.
On Sunday, Trump will hold an event in Las Vegas by the same title at 7 p.m. at Cirrus Aviation at 5050 Koval Lane, near McCarran International Airport. Doors open for that event at 4 p.m.
Details of the events were not yet released. It was unclear how the campaign events would be held given Gov. Steve Sisolak's 50-person limit due to the pandemic.
Early in September, it was announced the Ahern Hotel and Convention Center was assessed for a $10,930 penalty, according to a state Occupational Safety and Health Administration report.
The hotel hosted a faith-based Trump rally and a beauty pageant, and was battling the governor’s office and city officials over coronavirus crowd limits.
Hotel owner Don Ahern had been fined $250 after Las Vegas police and city employees arrived minutes before the Aug. 6 “Evangelicals for Trump” rally at the former Lucky Dragon casino-hotel just off Las Vegas Boulevard.
The Nevada Democratic Party on Tuesday said Trump is trying to "distract from his failed pandemic response and cratering economy." Read their full statement below:
Instead of offering Nevadans real leadership and economic relief, Donald Trump is parachuting into our state in a blatant attempt to distract from his failed pandemic response and cratering economy. In the midst of a global pandemic, Trump is endangering Nevadans’ health and safety with in-person rallies in a desperate bid to spin his ineffective management of the coronavirus crisis and dangerous economic policies, which have left working families behind at every turn.
This isn’t the first time Trump has hurt Nevadans with a political stunt. Last month, his campaign launched a baseless lawsuit attempting to block legislation passed by Nevada Democrats that ensures no Nevadan is forced to choose between their health and their right to vote during this deadly pandemic.
This weekend, Trump will offer Nevadans more empty rhetoric. But Nevada Democrats will hold Trump accountable for his broken promises this weekend and every day until we kick Donald Trump out of office this November.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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