Eric Trump is coming back to Colorado Thursday

Eric Trump will be at a “get out the vote” rally at 6 p.m. Thursday at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood.

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The Republican presidential candidate’s son will be in Colorado Springs and Lakewood this week.

Eric Trump, who during his last visit attributed his father’s boasts about groping women to his “alpha” nature, has three stops in Colorado Springs Thursday during the day and then an evening rally at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood.

Eric Trump will tour the Mt. Carmel Center of Excellence, which offers wellness programs and transitional support for veterans and military families, before holding a roundtable discussion on veterans’ issues at Penrose Events Center and Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center. Then there is a 2 p.m. “get out the vote” rally at El Paso County Trump headquarters, 205 Sutton Lane.

The Lakewood event also is a “get out the vote” rally, scheduled for 6 p.m. at Colorado Christian University. Colorado GOP Chairman Steve House, Benghazi survivor Mark Geist, author Don Bendall and Veterans for Trump Director Matt Miller also will be there.

 

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