FLINT, Mich. (WOOD) — Donald Trump is returning to Michigan this week.
The Republican presidential nominee will visit Flint Wednesday to address the city’s water crisis and blight problem, the campaign tells our NBC affiliate WEYI.
The visit comes less than two weeks since his last stop in Michigan, when he worshiped at a Detroit church.
Trump is expected to tour the Flint water treatment plant and a neighborhood during his stop.
“I’m here today to learn so that we can together remedy injustice in any form,” Trump said during the Sept. 3 trip.
News of Trump’s visit came the same day Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine visited Ann Arbor.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has visited Flint twice during her campaign. Her husband, Bill Clinton, took aim at Trump’s economic policies during a Detroit stop two days after Trump’s visit.