Trump adds West Allis event for Wisconsin Swing
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Donald Trump has added a second stop, in West Allis, to Monday's swing through Wisconsin.
A Trump spokesman said the Republican nominee would appear at a 7 p.m. event at the state fairgrounds.
Trump is also scheduled for a 4 p.m. event in Green Bay.
Wisconsin is among a handful of battleground states in the presidential race. A Marquette University Law School poll this week showed Democrat Hillary Clinton widening her lead to 7 points, up from 3 points in a poll taken three weeks earlier, in the wake of a damaging videotape in which Trump is heard making predatory remarks about women.
Trump canceled a planned appearance Friday alongside House Speaker Paul Ryan after the tape surfaced.