PHOENIX — President Trump visited Arizona Tuesday, first in Yuma and then speaking at an event in Phoenix.
The president spoke to reporters before leaving the White House Tuesday morning, addressing multiple current events.
President Trump arrived in Yuma Tuesday morning and attended a briefing with area officials, and also plans to tour the border wall.
He will then head to Phoenix to attend and speak at a "Students for Trump" event, where he is expected to speak around 3:45 p.m.
Crowds had already started gathering early Tuesday morning outside of the church where the rally will be held.
According to a spokesperson, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey will participate in both visits, traveling to Yuma to talk about border security, and attending the event in Phoenix.
"The governor will be participating in the Yuma visit to the border with the president," a spokesperson for Ducey told ABC15. "He looks forward to discussing issues related to border security and appreciates the focus the president has placed on this issue. He’ll also be attending the Phoenix event and following all guidance."