President Donald Trump will offer some entertaining counter-programming to the Democrat presidential debate on Tuesday night, during a campaign rally in Wisconsin.
In the interest of fairness and equal coverage, as we are covering the CNN Democratic debate tonight, here are details on how to watch the President's rally set to begin at 8 pm ET.
Republicans hold the majority in the Senate and there is nowhere near the 67 votes needed for President Trump's removal. In July, Democrats are holding their national convention nearby. That marks the beginning of voting by Democrats to select Trump's challenger. President Trump is expected to make frequent return visits in the coming months as he works to maintain his edge.
Supporters of President Trump started lining up hours ahead of the rally to make sure they'd get a spot inside the arena.
"I think the Wisconsin vote is very important, very important", said Brenda Stoetzer, 60, from Hickory Hills, Illinois. I don't know how you can even get anything done, but he does. "So good for him and for us".
The president expressed sympathy for people watching the Democrat debates during a rally in OH last week.
President Trump has campaigned in other areas of the state, and comes to Milwaukee for policy reasons, but this is the first campaign rally he's held in Wisconsin's largest city.
Protests were also planned around the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee arena. The Coalition to March on the DNC said more than a dozen groups would be joining its event. Meanwhile, an immigrant and refugee advocacy group, Voces de la Frontera, planned a separate rally to criticize the Trump administration's treatment of immigrants and refugees.
Before the president's rally, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner was to hold an event touting the administration's criminal justice reform efforts. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. Ron Johnson, of Wisconsin, and Ja'Ron Smith, deputy assistant to the president, for a discussion about enactment of the First Step Act, a law created to overhaul the criminal justice system, reduce the number of people in prison and help former inmates rejoin society.
The law, which Trump signed a little over a year ago, won rare bipartisan support and backing from a few black ministers, leaders and lawmakers who forged an allegiance with Trump.
Democrats and Republicans are trying to win over black voters in big cities such as Milwaukee that will play a huge role in deciding the next president.
One of those organizers in Milwaukee, Angela Lang, said Kushner's event seemed like an attempt to woo minorities.
"He's exciting", she told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "But black voters are more than just single-issue voters". Wisconsin's primary is April 7.