April 15, 2019 05:49 PM
(ABC 6 News) -- Air Force One touched down at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport just before 1 p.m. Monday.
The President emerged, greeting those on hand, then heading to Burnsville for a discussion on taxes and the economy in the state.
While Trump's last visit to the state was a rally in Rochester, Monday's stop was all business.
As promised, he spoke about the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, hosting a round table at a trucking firm owned by Robert Nuss, of Rochester.
"Today is tax day that we are celebrating. Tax day. And we are getting historic tax relief, that's the good part."
"I think Nuss Trucking and Equipment is a perfect example of a company that has a great stake in the economy, not only in Minnesota, but also our country, and they have seen positive steps forward because of the tax cuts," said Jennifer Carnahan, chairperson of the Republican Party of Minnesota.
This was President Trump's third visit to Minnesota in a year.
Political analyst Blois Olsen says Trump is focused on Minnesota because he loves to win, and this is a state he almost won.
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