President Donald Trump’s North Dakota visit is less than a week away.
The President will be giving a speech at the Mandan Tesoro Refinery Wednesday, Sept. 6.
When there, he is expected to discuss his plans for tax reform though we don’t know just yet if the speech will be open to the public.
North Dakotans we spoke to say they hope the president will address many issues come Wednesday such as social security, hurricane relief, and foreign policy to name a few.
If open, some North Dakotans say they just want to shake the president’s hand, while others are questioning the timing of his visit.
“I support him 100 percent and so I’m really excited. I want to go see him, hopefully, I can see him,” Linda Deraas, former Mandan resident says.
“I think where he needs to be is down south in Texas seeing about those people and helping them,” Donna Trotter, Bismarck resident says.
The last time the state received a Presidential visit was in 2014 from President Barack Obama.