Trump to travel to Wisconsin Tuesday

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Trump is planning to visit the national headquarters of tool company Snap-on.

Shortly after the election, in December, Trump visited Wisconsin to thank the voters there.

Trump carried Wisconsin in November by almost 23,000 votes - less than a percentage point - making him the first Republican to win the state since 1984.

Kenosha is nestled between Milwaukee and Chicago, along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Snap-on said in a statement it hopes the visit highlights "the essential nature of American manufacturing to our nation's future".

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to tighten the rules for technology companies seeking to bring highly skilled foreign workers to the U.S.

In last year's presidential election, Trump won by a margin less than one percent, and his approval rating as of March was only 41%.

On Tuesday of this week, Snap-on will host President Donald J. Trump and other members of his Administration.

The protesters outside Snap-on held signs criticizing several of President Trump's policies, including his plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico and his proposed travel ban that's tied up in court. The visit also takes him to the congressional district of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who won't be joining the president because he's on a bipartisan congressional trip overseas visiting North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries.

Canada has made a decision to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liq. The group Forward Kenosha is organizing a bulk of them, and representatives told TODAY's TMJ4 they expect to start gathering at 10 a.m. across from Snap-on facility at Sunnyside Park.

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