Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump will make a fundraising stop in Portland at the end of August, The Washington Post reports.
The Post, citing sources near the Trump campaign, says Trump will make a West Coast swing Aug. 29-31, with visits to San Francisco, Seattle and Portland.
Trump's Oregon campaign manager, Jacob Daniels, confirms to WW that Trump will make stops here, but declined to confirm the exact dates.
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Daniels says he expects there will be rallies as well as fundraising.
"Mr. Trump is very serious about campaigning in Oregon," says Daniels. "Mr. Trump's favorite thing about the campaign is getting out and talking to people."
Trump's fundraising emphasis means that along with one of the massive rallies that have become so notorious this year, he will be holding a private, pay-per-plate dinner in Portland.
Trump last visited to Oregon in May, holding a rally in Eugene.