Donald Trump to give policy speech Tuesday in Pennsylvania

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Donald Trump sought to regain control of his campaign narrative Wednesday by turning attention away from the turmoil roiling his operation and onto his likely general election opponent Hillary Clinton.

WASHINGTON– Donald Trump will give a policy speech in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, his campaign announced Monday.

The event in Monessen will be his first appearance on the campaign trail since his trip to Scotland, where he promoted his remodeled golf course.

CNN has reached out to Trump’s campaign for more information about the topic of Tuesday’s speech, but Monessen is a western Pennsylvania town located south of Pittsburgh and the venue is an industrial plant. A theme of Trump’s campaign has been re-energizing American manufacturing, as well as fighting the side effects of globalization.

Eric Trump, his son, teased Monday that his father will be making an announcement this week but didn’t specify that it would come in Tuesday’s speech.

“I promise it’ll be good,” he told Fox News.

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