Trump has allocated billions of dollars in his budget proposals to combating the opioid crisis, which claimed nearly 48,000 American lives in 2017. The White House said the president and his wife will each speak “about their fight to end the opioid crisis.”
The president is not scheduled to hold any fundraisers or other events while he’s in Atlanta, but he’s set to be welcomed by Kemp and other Republican allies.
Trump carried Georgia by 5 percentage points in 2016, but Democrats hope to flip the state for the first time since 1992. A string of presidential hopefuls have visited the state this year to begin laying the groundwork.
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