Donald Trump Jr. Makes Quick Stop in North Dakota on Thursday
Donald Trump Jr. was in North Dakota on Thursday, albeit barely.
In a post on Instagram on Thursday, the son of the President said he was in Montana and was told he was near the border of North Dakota.
Trump Jr. who said North Dakota was the only state he had not yet visited decided to take a quick detour to enter the state to complete his goal of visiting every state.
50 baby!!! Well I was able to hit a big milestone as an American today. While in Sidney, MT stumping with @gregformontana I was told we were very close to to the North Dakota border, and ND is the last state in the US that I have not personally visited. Well I made a bit of a detour and we got to ND right at the boundary of the Theodore Roosevelt National park. So now I am proud to say I have visited all 50 states in this incredible country!!! #50states #maga #usa #america #mt #montana #nd #northdakota
The President, Donald Trump, was in North Dakota as a candidate speaking to a crowd at the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference at the Bismarck Event Center last May.