The Trump campaign on Tuesday announced a "Make America Great Again" rally in Wisconsin on April 27, the same night as the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner.
The rally, which will be the eighteenth of the Trump campaign, will be held in Green Bay for the third time since June 15, Wisconsin.
"President Trump looks forward to sharing his government's achievements with the great people of Wisconsin," said Michael Glassner, Donald J. Trump's Chief Operating Officer for President Inc., in a statement.
"Under President Trump's leadership, paychecks are now growing twice as fast as in the bottom half of the income spectrum. Unemployment has reached generational levels and the trade agreement between the US, Mexico and Canada will open Canadian dairy markets to farmers throughout Wisconsin.
Presidents traditionally attend the dinner, but Trump signaled this earlier this month for the third time since taking office he would not be attending the event.
"Dinner is so boring and so negative that we instead A very positive rally will be held, "said Trump.
After Trump's remarks the White The President of the House Correspondents' Association, Olivier Knox, said the organization is looking forward to a nice evening in which the First Amendment and great journalists from past, present and future were celebrated.
The President confirmed that he would not attend in 201
"The comedian Michelle Wolf bombarded the White House Correspondents' Dinner so much last year that this year, for the first time in decades, she will have an author instead of a comedian. Good first step to the comeback of a dying evening and a tradition! Maybe I go? "Trump tweeted in November.
Last year, Wolf pulled out of the White House after speaking critically about the administration and press spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, who attended the event as a Trump administration official 19659003] Elizabeth Zwirz and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.