Biden and Trump planned to visit Georgia this weekend ahead of the presidential primary election

This weekend, Georgia will play host to two presidents, one current and one former, as they gear up for the anticipated reelection battle in the state’s upcoming presidential primary election. (Atlanta News First)

Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to attend a rally in Rome on Saturday afternoon, while President Joe Biden will be in Atlanta on the same day. Both leaders are actively campaigning for reelection to the White House in November.

U.S. House Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, representing Rome, expressed her opinion on Facebook, stating that the chosen venue for the rally is not sufficient and a larger one is needed.

In a Facebook post, Greene expressed her enthusiasm for the Rome 2020 rally, describing it as one of the largest and most exciting events. She proudly stated that the rally took place in Northwest Georgia, which she referred to as “Trump country.”

City officials in Rome have confirmed that Trump’s rally is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. However, no further details about the planned event have been disclosed at this time.

Biden has plans to participate in campaign events, although the White House has not yet provided specific details.

President Biden is scheduled to campaign in Atlanta this weekend.

Georgia’s presidential preference primary is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12. Early voting in the primary will conclude on Friday, serving as the final opportunity for voters to cast their ballots ahead of the primary election.

The two presidents have found themselves in the same area once again, as they gear up for their anticipated reelection campaigns against each other. In a recent event, both leaders took the opportunity to visit the U.S.-Mexico border and discuss matters related to immigration.

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