by Ron Gregory
CHARLESTON — Sources close to the Donald Trump for President campaign say their candidate is tentatively scheduled to visit West Virginia twice in the days leading up to the May 10 primary election.
The sources say Trump plans to visit Charleston on Thurday, May 5; and Clarksburg on Monday, May 9.
The billionaire businessman is the presumptive GOP nominee. He is expected to appear at the Charleston Civic Center during his capital city visit.
Trump normally attracts huge crowds to public events. Recent polling indicates he is the overwhelming favorite of GOP voters in the Mountain State.