BEDMINSTER, NJ — President Donald Trump is coming back to Bedminster for the second time in three weeks.
According to the President's itinerary, he was set to arrive at Morristown Municipal Airport Thursday evening at around 9 p.m. after a day that was to include three separate stops in Ohio, including one at the Whirlpool Corp. manufacturing plant.
Trump was just in Bedminster the weekend of July 24-26. He was returning to Trump National Golf Club Thursday night, but it was not clear whether his stay would last the entire weekend, or whether it would include any tours of storm damage in the wake of the remnants of Tropical Storm Isaias.
The fast-moving system brought 50 mph winds to the area on Tuesday and knocked out power to many in Somerset County, including portions of Bedminster. Some areas of the county still were without power early Thursday.
This would be the President's third visit to Bedminster since June, when he dined with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, who is seeking $20 billion in federal aid for the state, which remains under a state of emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic.