PHOENIX — President Trump wrapped up his visit to Arizona Tuesday evening, following a stop in Yuma to visit the border wall, as well as delivering remarks at a "Students for Trump" event in north Phoenix.
Watch full coverage of his stop in Phoenix below.
Below are full updates from Trump's visit to Yuma and Phoenix:
President Trump has finished speaking and the "Students for Trump" event has concluded.
Phoenix police have declared an unlawful assembly where protesters have gathered near Dream City Church, where President Donald Trump is speaking at a student rally.
An Unlawful Assembly has been declared in the area of Cave Creek and Sharon due to criminal activity and a current danger to our community. Please leave the area including sidewalks, private property or roadways. pic.twitter.com/3kVfZxgFUx— Phoenix Police (@PhoenixPolice) June 23, 2020
Trump praises Gov. @DougDucey at his Phoenix rally.— Zach Crenshaw (@ZachCrenshaw) June 23, 2020
“A great gentleman...I said to him, ‘Governor how am I doing?’
He said ‘you’re doing really well.’”
He’s also shouted out Reps. McSally, Gosar, Lesko, Schweikert, and Gaetz. @ABC15 pic.twitter.com/DRPpBiNl0o
Protestors now telling police they have tickets to Pres. Trump’s rally.— Nicole Valdes (@NicoleValdesTV) June 23, 2020
NOW: @realDonaldTrump, @dougducey, @SenMcSallyAZ & @RepDLesko deplane from Air Force One in #Phoenix ahead of the President's speech this afternoon.— ABC15 Arizona (@abc15) June 23, 2020
LIVE UPDATES: https://t.co/Bh7imvnnZp #abc15 #TrumpInAZ pic.twitter.com/NqllEAzV8M
President Trump will take the stage in Phoenix in a few hours to speak to students and young voters. Our crew will be outside the venue for the event, we've been speaking to supporters & will have reports at 4, 5 & 6. @abc15 #abc15 pic.twitter.com/Zn3i1vPCbx— Claudia Rupcich (@ClaudiaRupcich) June 23, 2020
This is the VIP line for the @realDonaldTrump rally this afternoon in Phoenix. Some have a mask, clearly not all. @MayorGallego says the event isn’t following CDC guidelines for Covid-19. President Trump says he doesn’t believe this rally is putting anyone in danger. pic.twitter.com/grPtYjcqf6— Justin Pazera (@justinpazera) June 23, 2020