Donald Trump says he’s running for president in 2020, and says he’ll spend a lot of time campaigning in California, Florida and Pennsylvania.
Trump said Tuesday that he has visited every state, including California, New York and Pennsylvania, in the months leading up to the 2016 election.
He says he plans to spend a fair amount of time there in the next few weeks.
“I’m going to be in every state,” Trump said during a rally in Pensacola, Florida.
And I’m going be campaigning there.”
“I want to make it a total, total, absolute campaign,” Trump added.
“This is my last, last, best chance at winning.”
Trump’s visit to California is a sign that he’s planning to spend the next several weeks in the state.
Trump spent much of his time in California last week in a fundraising effort to help get his campaign back on track.
During his stop in Palm Springs, California, Trump said he had “no idea” where he was going to go, and that he was only there “to see what I could do.”
“It’s been a wonderful day.
I’m looking forward to coming back, I’m excited,” he said.
Trump’s wife Melania is also planning a trip to California, and she’s said she plans to visit several other states in the coming months.
The couple has been campaigning in Pennsylvania, and he is scheduled to visit that state on Tuesday.
Trump also plans to travel to California on Thursday, with the intention of stopping in Las Vegas and then attending a campaign rally there.
The two-day trip is part of Trump’s effort to ramp up his campaign as the presumptive nominee.
Earlier this month, Trump tweeted that he plans on spending a lot more time campaigning and “traveling to a great many places,” including Pennsylvania.
He added that he would visit California to “see what I can do.”