According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, President Trump will visit the Wisconsin district represented by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R) on Tuesday.
The trip will include the usual photo-op at a local business.
Trump won Wisconsin by 22,000 votes in November, the first Republican presidential candidate to take the state since 1984.
He was there in December during his “thank you” tour, but this is his first time back since taking the oath of office. Since then he and Ryan have made a botch of Obamacare replace and repeal, not that I would expect that to be high on his agenda in his prepared remarks.
I would imagine Trump will spend significant time in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin over the next few years, as he knows these states will be key to his reelection prospects.