President Donald Trump won't be coming to Ohio this week as previously planned.
According to a spokesperson at the 910th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Office, – Trump's visit was canceled.
News 5's Youngstown affiliate WKBN reported over the weekend that Director of the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport Dan Dickten said Trump was scheduled to make an appearance this Thursday.
Sources told WKBN that Trump was going to sign a bill regarding the Stream Protection Rule, designed by the Obama Administration and repealed by the Senate on Feb. 2.
No reason was given for the cancelation.