President Trump visits Wisconsin
The President wrapped up an event at Mitchell Airport where he spoke about repealing The Affordable Care Act.
The President lead a Workforce Development Roundtable at Waukesha County Technical College.
President Trump is here pushing what the White House is calling "Workforce Week."
The President held a roundtable talk with local business leaders, students, cabinet members, and Governor Scott Walker.
Earlier, he toured some classrooms at Waukesha County Technical College.
Before that, our cameras were at the 128th Air Refueling Wing at Mitchell Airport when Air Force One touched down.
Trump gave a brief speech repealing and replacing of The Affordable Care Act.
"We will come up with a solution, and a really good one, to healthcare. No matter how good it is, we will get no obstructionist Democrat votes. No matter how good it is -- if it's the greatest healthcare plan ever devised, we will get zero votes by the obstructionists, the Democrats. It's time to give American families quality, reliable, affordable health care -- and that's what we are working very hard to do. And we'll get it done."
The President will also be at a private fundraiser with former campaign rival turned political ally Governor Scott Walker.