President Trump is skipping yet another round of Republican primary debates.
The 45th President will skip the establishment event and speak directly to striking autoworkers in Detroit Michigan, thereby creating his own competing event to the traditional debates.
That’s right—the GOP is about to get some competition for their traditional event.
It remains to be seen when and where the competing speech will take place, but it might be the start of something new that challenges the old establishment-hosted events.
Here’s how The New York Times framed the story: “Donald Trump is planning to meet with striking union members in Detroit on the night of the second GOP debate, which he plans to skip next Wednesday.”
Donald Trump is planning to meet with striking union members