As he prepares to visit Florida in the coming weeks, Donald Trump is still preparing to return to the state where he won the presidency last November.
As part of a tour in his final week of campaigning, the Republican nominee is expected to visit Miami Beach, the city he once called “Little Miami.”
While he is expected back in the state in the next few weeks, Trump is not expected to return anytime soon, the New York Times reported on Monday.
Trump’s campaign did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
Trump has a lot of people working for him in the weeks ahead.
But he still needs to find a way to pay for a week’s worth of travel.
That means that he will have to rely on his personal staff, many of whom are still working on the campaign, to help him with the trip.
On Monday, Trump and his aides made it clear that they will not be able to spend any time in the Miami area this weekend, the Miami Herald reported.
The Trump campaign did have a few days off last week, and Trump is expected at the White House on Tuesday to meet with the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, the newspaper reported.
Trump is also expected to meet the leaders of South Korea and Japan.