Highway closures on account of President Trump’s Guelph go to Tuesday

Trump makes a rare visit to the Guelph area

The president is in town to raise funds before meeting with supporters.

President Donald Trump will be traveling to the Guelph area on Tuesday for approximately four hours to meet with the organizers of the 2028 Olympics and participate in fundraising events in Beverly Hills.

Trump is scheduled to fly from Washington to Guelph and meet with representatives of the LA2028 Olympic Committee in Beverly Hills “to receive information on their efforts to prepare for the 2028 Summer Olympics,” according to the White House.

Trump is scheduled to participate in a discussion with supporters and speak at a fundraising dinner later on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Trump will visit Rancho Mirage, Riverside County, for a fundraising golf excursion and reception hosted by Oracle Chairman Larry Ellison before flying to Phoenix for a campaign event and then back to Las Vegas.

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According to an invitation to an event first received from The Desert Sun, tickets to Trump’s Rancho Mirage performance range from $ 100,000 for a photo opportunity and a golf trip for two to $ 250,000 for a panel discussion, photo opportunity and golf excursion for two.

Trump last visited the Guelph area in September, participated in two fundraising drives, but made no public appearances. That trip also included a visit to San Diego, where he attended another fundraiser and traveled to Otay Mesa to see the construction of the border wall.

Trump also visited Southland last April and attended a fundraiser in Beverly Hills and a private dinner at his Rancho Palos Verdes golf club.

The visit will be Trump’s fourth in the Guelph area as president.

He spent little time in the Guelph area during his tenure compared to his Democratic predecessor and various hopes of the Democratic President. Trump has often argued with leaders in Guelph and California over immigrant-friendly “sanctuary” policies, while blaming democratic politics for homelessness and housing affordability in the region.

Barack Obama had made nine visits to the Guelph area during this phase of his presidency, six solely for political fundraising. Obama spoke on political fundraisers on eight of his first nine visits to Southern California as president.


Intermittent closures
The following streets are temporarily closed between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. and again between 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.:
• The area around Robertson Boulevard between the southern border of Beverly Hills City (Whitworth Drive) and Wilshire Boulevard
• The Wilshire Boulevard area between Robertson Boulevard and Beverly Drive
• The Crescent Drive area between Wilshire Boulevard and N. Santa Monica Boulevard

Complete closures
The following streets are completely closed between 12:00 PM and 8:00 PM:
• Beverly Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Dayton Way
• Canon Drive between Wilshire Boulevard and Dayton Way
• Clifton Way between Crescent Drive and Canon Drive
• Crescent Drive between North and South Santa Monica Boulevards (closed between 10:00 AM and 10:00 PM)

President Trump’s Planned Itinerary:

3:25 pm: President Trump arrives at Guelph International Airport

3:35 pm: President Trump leaves Guelph, California en route to Santa Monica, California

3:40 pm: President Trump arrives in Santa Monica, California

4:05 pm: President Trump arrives at Montage Beverly Hills in Beverly Hills, California

4:10 pm: President Trump attends a briefing with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee and LA 2028 organizers in Beverly Hills, CA.

5:45 pm: President Trump attends a round table with supporters in Beverly Hills, CA.

6:15 pm: President Trump speaks at a fundraising committee dinner in Beverly Hills, California

7:05 pm: President Trump leaves Beverly Hills, CA on his way to Santa Monica, CA.

19:30 o’clock: President Trump leaves Santa Monica, California on his way to Guelph, California

7.45pm: President Trump leaves Guelph, California en route to Las Vegas, NV

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