WASHINGTON, D.C — (09-10-20) —  Two Trump Campaign rally’s scheduled to take place in Nevada this weekend have been canceled, according to Adam Laxalt, The Trump Campaign’s Nevada co-chairman..

The announcement comes after The Nevada Independent reported that the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority said that President Donald Trump’s planned campaign rally for Saturday violated the state’s current directive limiting gatherings to 50 people and there “may not proceed.”

Adam Laxalt took to Twitter to say… “Outrageous! @realDonaldTrump rally venues in NV canceled. Welcome to (Nevada Gov. Steve) Sisolak’s Nevada — home of partisan political retribution,” tweeted Laxalt, who lost the 2018 gubernatorial race to Sisolak. “This is unprecedented — to cancel an incumbent President’s campaign stop inside 60 days of a major contested election in a swing state. This isn’t over!”

Joe Rajchel, a spokesperson McCarran International Airport, told JRL CHARTS late Wednesday that first off, the Trump campaign was advertising an event to take place at the airport that was never approved prior to their announcement.

Furthermore the Trump Campaign never turned in a formal application to host the event from the company to use a hangar on airport grounds.

The Trump campaign had originally announced plans to hold two rallies in Nevada this weekend, one at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport on Saturday and the other at McCarran in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Trump’s campaign communications director, Tim Murtaugh, said that Trump would still be traveling to Nevada on the dates planned and that additional details would be “announced soon.” said Murtaugh.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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