The rally in Cincinnati is ON. Media put out false reports that it was cancelled. Will be great - love you Ohio!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 12, 2016
Trump says Cincinnati rally is still on
Republican presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald TrumpSanders aide: 'Someone needs to be held accountable' for DNC emails Democrats vote to overhaul superdelegate system Trump: Cruz is 'lucky' that I walked in on his speech MORE says a Sunday rally in Cincinnati is still on, as media reports claim it's been cancelled.
"The rally in Cincinnati is ON. Media put out false reports that it was cancelled. Will be great - love you Ohio!" he tweeted Saturday morning.
Cincinnati.com reported late Friday that Trump cancelled the rally because Secret Service teams wouldn’t be able to complete security prep work at the venue in time for the event.
"Trump wants to come here, and the campaign is still looking to find a location for either Sunday or Monday," a local Trump spokesman reportedly said.
News of the cancellation was reported as Trump’s Chicago rally Friday night was cancelled amid massive protests.
A series of other weekend Trump events remain on the schedule as well, starting with a Saturday morning rally in Dayton, Ohio.
He will also be in Missouri, Illinois and Florida between now and Monday.
All of the states Trump is visiting between now and Tuesday are holding primaries on Tuesday, along with North Carolina.
- Updated at 9:39 a.m.