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When will President Donald Trump arrive in Maine? We have his full schedule

A website called Factba.se details President Donald Trump's travel schedule for his visit to the Puritan Medical Products facility in Guilford, Maine

MAINE, USA — President Donald Trump makes his first visit to Maine since taking office in January of 2017. President Trump is here to recognize Mainers helping to battle the coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic. President Trump will highlight the production of the "flock swab" a critical tool in COVID-19 testing. 

Here is President Trump's schedule, according to Factba.se:

  • Departs Washington for Bangor International Airport
  • Arrives at Bangor International Airport
  • President Trump participates in a roundtable supporting commercial fisherman. President Trump is expected to sign a Proclamation detailing the administration's support of the industry.
  • President Trump leaves Bangor for Guilford on Marine One
  • The President arrives at Piscataquis Community High School
  • President Trump leaves PCHS for the Puritan Medical Products facility
  • The President arrives at Puritan
  • President Trump tours Puritan's facility
  • The President delivers remarks
  • President Trump departs for PCHS
  • President Trump leaves for Bangor International Airport on Marine One
  • The President arrives at BIA
  • President Trump departs BIA on Air Force One for Washington, D.C.

NEWS CENTER Maine has a real-time blog that will have all the coverage of President Trump's trip to Maine 

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