First on Fox: Trump stopping in New Hampshire ahead of South Carolina on Saturday

EXCLUSIVE – Former President Donald Trump will make a stop Saturday morning in New Hampshire, the state that for a century’s held the first presidential primary in the race for

the White House. Fox News has learned that the former president, who in November launched his third campaign for the White House, will deliver the keynote address to

hundreds of party leaders, elected officials and activists attending the New Hampshire GOP’s annual meeting, which this year will be held on Saturday Jan. 28 in

Salem. Trump’s stop will come a couple of hours before he heads to South Carolina, another crucial early voting state that holds the third contest in the GOP’s presidential

nominating calendar. The former president will be joined by South Carolina’s Republican Gov. Henry McMaster and senior Sen. Lindsey Graham as he unveils his South Carolina

leadership team in an event at the state capitol building in Columbia. The gathering will be Trump’s first 2024 campaign event since announcing his candidacy in mid-November at

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Stepanek, who’s finishing up a four-year stint as chair of the New Hampshire GOP, said in a statement obtained by Fox News that "we are excited to welcome President Trump back to

the Granite State to be the keynote speaker at our 2023 Annual Meeting."