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The visit comes as a string of Democratic presidential hopefuls visit the state. A half-dozen contenders have already held rallies or events here, and U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is set to visit Atlanta on Wednesday.
Trump carried the state by 5 percentage points in 2016, but Democrats hope to turn Georgia into a battleground state, buoyed by the narrow defeats of Stacey Abrams and other statewide candidates last year.
It could also give Kemp and other Georgia officials a chance to press Trump on the state’s top priorities, including securing funding for victims of the October hurricane and getting federal approval for a “waiver” that could expand healthcare access.