President Trump will visit Montana next week.
White House spokesperson Lindsay Walters says that Trump will be in Montana on Thursday, July 5.
There is no word yet on where he will be, nor for how long.
Many people believe that the President is visiting Montana in support of Matt Rosendale, the GOP candidate who will face incumbent U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) in the November election.
Rosendale defeated several other GOP candidates in the primary earlier this month.
Donald Trump, Jr. visited Billings last Friday to stump for Rosendale.
The last time a U.S. President visited Montana was when Barack Obama visited Bozeman in August 2009. George W. Bush also visited Great Falls in February 2005 when he was campaigning for partial privatization of Social Security.
We will update you as we get more information.