How to go see Donald Trump in Cincinnati Thursday


President-elect Donald Trump is coming to Cincinnati Thursday as part of a “thank you” tour.

The rally will be at U.S. Bank Arena downtown, 100 Broadway St., the site of one of Trump’s largest Ohio rallies in the final weeks of the campaign.

Thursday’s event will be at 7 p.m. The doors for the event open at 4 p.m.

People wishing to go can register for up to two tickets online at DonaldTrump.com

Trump won Ohio in the Nov. 8 election over Democrat Hillary Clinton, 52-44 percent.


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