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Vice President Pence visits Grand Rapids

Courtesy Daniel Boothe

The Trump Campaign made a stop in West Michigan Wednesday, as United States Vice President Mike Pence held a rally in Grand Rapids.

Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Grand Rapids was held outside of Lacks Enterprises, it’s a car-detail company on the city’s southeast side, and said Trump is the reason for the automotive industry’s economic comeback in Michigan.

“Under President Trump’s leadership, I am proud to report here, in the great state of Michigan, that the automotive industry is roaring back in America,” Pence said.

With Senate hearings in full swing this week, Pence also vowed the Republican led Senate would approve President Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee.

“President Donald Trump fulfilled his duty under the constitution when he nominated a brilliant, principled conservative, woman to the United States Supreme Court in Justice Amy Coney Barret. Pence said.

Both the Trump Campaign and the Biden campaign have pledge to focus on the state of Michigan leading up to the November election, now just under three weeks away.

This Saturday, President Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally in Muskegon, where he says he will focus on supporting law enforcement.