Trump Says He'll Mark 100 Days With Pennsylvania Rally

Posted April 23, 2017

This time, Trump picked a day filled with other potential news and events, not all of it so flattering to a new president marking a traditional milestone for measuring early accomplishments. "Look forward to it!" he tweeted on Saturday.

President Donald Trump will travel to Harrisburg next weekend for his first rally in Pennsylvania since taking office.

United States president Donald Trump has pledged to mark his 100th day in office with a "BIG" rally in Pennsylvania. In a separate tweet he said he'll be announcing tax reforms this week, though the topic of the Saturday rally was not specified. The rally marks Trump's 100th day in office.

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In 2011, Trump attended the gala and was the subject of a few jokes from former president Barack Obama and Seth Meyers. His staff also turned down invitations to be guests at the event. During the campaign he even released a "100-day action plan to Make America Great Again".

When Trump announced in February that he would be skipping the dinner, White House Correspondents Association president Jeff Mason told CNN that the decision was not surprising, given Trump's contentious relationship with the free press.

Trump won't be the only one fighting for the spotlight during the Correspondents' Dinner.