Donald Trump will try to recapture centerstage, held by Democrats in the past several days with Hillary Clinton successes, by taking his campaign show on the road again with four big rallies between Friday night and Monday. Trump fans in Richmond, Tampa, Pittsburgh and New Hampshire will see the presumptive Republican presidential nominee live and without a TelePrompter.
Trump's spirited rallies proved to be entertainment during the now-ended primary season, but with the nomination locked up these rallies are apparently intended to help Trump regain control of the nation's political conversation, which has focused in the past week over the division in the GOP caused by his controversial comments about a federal judge and by Hillary Clinton's historic clinching of her party's nomination.
Trump did get moderate praise for controlling his rhetoric Tuesday by reading a speech from a TelePrompter, but there is no indication the billionaire will not return to this practice at large rallies of speaking off the cuff. It is those spontaneous remarks that seem to get him sideways with Republican leaders.
Trump has said he would deliver a formal speech, likely Monday, the attacks Bill and Hillary Clinton's past controversies.
He will speak at the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia on Friday night. Trump is set to speak at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida Saturday morning. Trump Force Once will park at Atlantic Aviation at the airport in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, which is in suburban Pittsburgh, Saturday afternoon. Trump's Monday evening speech is set for Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.