President Donald Trump will be heading to Philadelphia this week to face questions from undecided voters.
On Tuesday night, Trump will be in Philadelphia to participate in an ABC News “20/20” town hall, anchored by ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos. ABC News reports that the one-hour, live event will begin at 9 pm.
The town hall will take place at the National Constitution Center. ABC News announced in a previous release that the town hall will follow state regulations around attendance limits and COVID-19 restrictions.
Trump won’t be the lone presidential candidate to be in the Keystone State this upcoming week.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is slated to participate in a town hall hosted by CNN in Scranton on Thursday evening. His running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), will also be in the state on Thursday to campaign in Philadelphia.
Trump, Biden, and Vice President Mike Pence all made visits in Pennsylvania last week as well.
On Labor Day, Biden attended a virtual town hall from Harrisburg with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka. Last Tuesday, Pence headlined a “Workers for Trump” event in Beaver County and talked pro-life related issues in a visit to Westmoreland County. Last Friday, both Trump and Biden visited the Flight 93 National Memorial on September 11.
This story was updated to note that the event will take place at the National Constitution Center.