BILLINGS, Mont. – President Donald Trump has made several visits to Montana in recent years – in 2016 as a candidate for president, as well as in 2018 in an effort to flip Senator Jon Tester’s seat in the mid-term elections. Now, three weeks shy of Election Day, the president has not set foot in Montana for his re-election bid.
On Wednesday, the president did participate in a phone call to help rally his supporters in two key Montana races. Just weeks away from the election, the Republic National Committee got creative. They held a tele-rally in hopes of using President Trump to boost poll numbers for Senator Steve Daines and U.S. House candidate Matt Rosendale.