JUPITER, Fla. — President Trump is scheduled to be in Palm Beach County on Tuesday.
Rep. Brian Mast, R-Stuart, tweeted Saturday that the president will be in town to discuss the Great American Outdoors Act, which will provide funding to national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, recreation areas and American Indian schools.
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Trump's visit was first reported by the Palm Beach Post.
I'm excited to host President Trump to discuss building on the momentum of the Great American Outdoors Act (that I helped pass to permanently funded the Land and Water Conservation Fund) and continuing the fight for clean water! #ZeroDischarges #SendTheWaterSouth https://t.co/VY9oMBj3ws— Brian Mast (@BrianMastFL) September 5, 2020
The president has not visited Palm Beach County since the coronavirus pandemic began in March.
Supporters of the president are holding a boat parade from Jupiter to Mar-a-Lago on Monday.
No other details were immediately available about the president's upcoming visit.