MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) – Donald Trump is returning to South Carolina for a campaign stop along the Grand Strand.
Trump is holding a rally in Myrtle Beach on Tuesday night. The event was initially scheduled for Broadway at the Beach, but the campaign says it was moved to the Myrtle Beach Convention Center due to overwhelming demand.
The GOP presidential contender and business mogul has only been gone from early-voting South Carolina for a few days. On Friday, Trump was in Spartanburg to participate in the Commander-in-Chief Presidential Forum lecture series.
Wofford says that event was part of the Hipp Lecture Series on International Affairs and National Security.