Donald Trump returned to Cleveland Wednesday afternoon, making a grand entrance by helicopter outside the Great Lakes Science Center.
The chopper flew just a few blocks from Burke Lakefront Airport, where Mr. Trump's jet had arrived just moments earlier.
The Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, and members of the Trump family , greeted the Republican Presidential nominee.
JUST NOW: Gov. Pence and Trump's family greeted Donald Trump after his helicopter landed in Cleveland. #RNCinCLE pic.twitter.com/rpHzEjDkBT
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The group then walked a few feet before making brief statements to the media. They took no questions.
Trump made a brief appearance in Cleveland during the RNC's opening night Monday. He arrived in a 757 plane with his last name emblazoned along the side. He spent about five hours in Cleveland before departing back to New York. His arrival on Wednesday is a day earlier than previously reported.