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This is a list of presidential trips made by Donald Trump during 2019, the third year of his presidency as the 45th president of the United States.

This list excludes trips made within Washington, D.C., the U.S. federal capital in which the White House, the official residence and principal workplace of the President, is located. Also excluded are trips to Camp David, the country residence of the president. International trips are included. The number of visits per state or territory where he traveled are:

2019 Pres. Trump US travels.
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)
Locations in the contiguous United States that President Donald Trump has visited in 2019.

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Map of trips made by Donald Trump within the United States in 2019:
  Washington, D.C.
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January[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Texas Texas McAllen January 10 Arriving via McAllen Miller International Airport, President Trump visited the US-Mexico Border at the Rio Grande Valley.[1] He also participated in an Immigration Roundtable in the McAllen border patrol station.[2] 150px
Louisiana Louisiana New Orleans January 14 Arriving via Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, President Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation in New Orleans.[3] 150px
Virginia Virginia Arlington January 17 President Trump visited the Pentagon to address missile defense strategy as well as the planned withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.[4] 150px
Delaware Delaware Dover January 19 President Trump attended a ceremony at Dover Air Force Base to honor the four Americans who were killed by a suicide bombing in Syria.[5] 150px

February[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, Jupiter, West Palm Beach February 1–3 President Trump traveled to Palm Beach where he stayed at his private club Mar-a-Lago. Accompanying him were First Lady Melania Trump, their son Barron Trump, and Melania's parents Amalija and Viktor Knav. Jared and Ivanka Kushner were spotted, along with their children, aboard Air Force One by members of the press pool.[6] While in Florida, President Trump played golf with Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods at the Trump National Golf Club.[7] The following day, President Trump played golf with acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney at the Trump International Golf Club.[8]
Maryland Maryland Bethesda February 8 President Trump traveled to the METU Suite of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, for his annual physical examination.[citation needed]
Texas Texas El Paso February 11–12 Arriving via El Paso International Airport, President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the El Paso County Coliseum in El Paso.[9]
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, Miami February 15–18 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago.[10] President Trump then traveled to Miami, where he spoke at Florida International University to a largely Venezuelan-American audience to address the ongoing leadership crisis in the country and to express his support for opposition leader Juan Guaido.[11] 150px
 Vietnam Hanoi February 26–28 On February 26, President Trump arriving via Noi Bai International Airport.[citation needed] President Trump stayed at JW Marriott Hotel Hanoi.[citation needed] On February 27, President Trump held bilateral meetings with Vietnamese president Nguyễn Phú Trọng at the Presidential Palace and Vietnamese prime minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc at the Office of Government Hall.[citation needed] On February 27–28, President Trump attended the second summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at the Metropole in Hanoi.[citation needed] President Trump's Trip to Vietnam
Alaska Alaska Anchorage February 28 President Trump briefly visited U.S. service members at Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson on a refueling stop while on the return trip from Asia.[12][13] 150px

March[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Maryland Maryland Oxon Hill March 2 President Trump traveled to Oxon Hill where he spoke at the annual CPAC conference.[14] 150px
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Fort Benning March 8 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Fort Benning en route to survey damage caused by recent tornadoes.[15]
Alabama Alabama Lee County President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Lee County to survey damage caused by recent tornadoes as well as meet with first responders, survivors, and local officials.[15][16] 150px
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach March 8–11 After surveying the tornado damage in Alabama, President Trump traveled to Palm Beach to spend the weekend at his private club Mar-a-Lago. Upon his arrival Friday night, President Trump spoke to donors the RNC’s annual spring retreat in Palm Beach.[17] The following day, President Trump played golf with Lexi Thompson at the Trump International Golf Club.[18] President Trump attended another fundraiser before he departed on the following day.[17]
Ohio Ohio Lima, Canton March 20 President Trump traveled to Lima to tour the Lima Army Tank Plant, as well as deliver remarks.[19] Afterwards, President Trump flew to Canton, where he participated in a roundtable with supporters and attended a fundraising reception at the Brookside Country Club.[20] 150px
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago March 22–24 President Trump traveled to Mar-a-Lago where he held a working visit with the leaders of five Caribbean countries: President of the Dominican Republic Danilo Medina, President of Haiti Jovenel Moïse, Prime Minister of Jamaica Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia Allen Chastanet, and Prime Minister of the Bahamas Hubert Minnis.[21] During this stay, President Trump did play multiple rounds of golf at the Trump International Golf Club with Lindsey Graham, Trey Gowdy, Mick Mulvaney, and Kid Rock.[22] 150px
Michigan Michigan Grand Rapids March 28 Arriving via Gerald R. Ford International Airport, President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids. Following the rally, President Trump flew to his private Mar-a-Lago Resort.[23][24][25]
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, Canal Point March 28–31 President traveled to Mar-a-Lago following a rally held in Grand Rapids, Michigan. While in Florida, he traveled to Lake Okeechobee, where he toured Herbert Hoover Dike and discuss infrastructure repairs. While at Lake Okeechobee, President Trump was accompanied by Florida governor Ron DeSantis, U.S. senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott, various members of Congress and commanders of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.[26] 150px

April[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
California California Calexico, Beverly Hills, Rancho Palos Verdes April 5 President Trump traveled to Calexico to hold a roundtable discussion on border security that included Secretary of Homeland Security Kirsjen Nielson as well as multiple members of congress, law enforcement and immigration officials and local leaders.[27] In addition to the roundtable discussion, President Trump visited sections of the newly renovated border wall.[28] Following his time at the border, President Trump attended a fundraiser at the private residence of Windsor Healthcare CEO Lee Samson in Beverly Hills,[29] and had a private dinner at Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes.[30] 150px
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas April 5–6 Following his time in California, President Trump flew to Las Vegas where he spent the night at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas.[31] President Trump attended the Republican Jewish Coalition's annual leadership meeting, held at the Venetian, where he participated in a roundtable discussion and delivered remarks.[32]
Virginia Virginia Sterling April 7 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[33]
Texas Texas San Antonio, Crosby, Houston April 10 President Trump traveled to Texas for a pair of fundraising events. The first was held at The Argyle in San Antonio where he participated in a closed-door roundtable and fundraising lunch.[34] The President then traveled to the International Union of Operating Engineers International Training and Education Center in Crosby, where he participated in an executive order-signing event related to expediting the approval for pipelines and other energy projects.[35] Finally, President Trump held a second fundraising event at the Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston.[36] 150px
Virginia Virginia Sterling April 13 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[37]
Minnesota Minnesota Burnsville April 15 Arriving via Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport, President Trump attended a business round table discussion at Nuss Truck & Equipment in Burnsville. The occasion of the visit coincided with Tax Day, and Trump specifically touted the 2017 tax law at the event. [38] 150px
Florida Florida Mar-a-Lago, West Palm Beach April 18–21 President Trump traveled to his Mar-a-Lago resort to spend the Easter holiday. While there, President Trump played golf with professional golfer Lexi Thompson and radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh at the Trump International Golf Club.[39] 150px
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta April 24 Arriving via Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit in Atlanta, where they spoke about the ongoing opioid crisis in America.[40] 150px
Indiana Indiana Indianapolis April 26 Arriving via Indianapolis International Airport, President Trump addressed a National Rifle Association convention at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.[41] 150px
Virginia Virginia Sterling April 27 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club to play golf with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.[42] 150px
Wisconsin Wisconsin Green Bay Arriving via Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport, President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the Resch Center in Green Bay.[43] 150px

May[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Florida Florida Panama City Beach May 8 Arriving via Tyndall Air Force Base, President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the Aaron Bessant Park Amphitheater in Panama City Beach.[44] 150px
Virginia Virginia Sterling May 11 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[45]
Louisiana Louisiana Hackberry, Metairie May 14 President Trump traveled to Hackberry to tour an export terminal which liquifies natural gas for storage and shipping, touting his “America First” energy policy. Afterwards, President Trump flew to Metairie, where he attended a fundraiser at a private residence and addressed supporters present.[46] President Trump Visits the Cameron LNG Export Facility
New York (state) New York New York City May 16–17 Arriving via Wall Street Heliport, President Trump traveled to Upper East Side, Manhattan for a fundraising campaign.[47] President Trump Arrives at the Wall Street Heliport
Virginia Virginia Sterling May 18 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
May 19 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Montoursville May 20 President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the Williamsport Regional Airport in Montoursville.[citation needed] Trump with supporters in Montoursville, 2019
Virginia Virginia Arlington May 24 President Trump traveled to Arlington National Cemetery for Memorial Day, where he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.[citation needed] President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump Visit Arlington National Cemetery
Alaska Alaska Anchorage May 25 President Trump briefly visited U.S. service members at Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson while on the state visit to Japan.[citation needed] President Trump in Alaska
 Japan Tokyo May 25–28 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Tokyo, Japan, arriving via Haneda Airport on May 25.[citation needed] This was the first state visit by a sitting U.S. president to Japan since 1996.[citation needed] On May 26, President Trump first met with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe at Mobara Country Club in Chiba, where they played golf.[citation needed] President Trump and Prime Minister Abe also attended the sumo tournament at Ryōgoku Kokugikan Stadium.[citation needed] President Trump and Prime Minister Abe also dined together at the Inakaya restaurant in the Roppongi.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump also met with Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako at the Tokyo Imperial Palace where they attended a state dinner.[citation needed] On May 27, President Trump held a bilateral meeting and joint press conference with Prime Minister Abe at Akasaka Palace.[citation needed] On May 28, President Trump and Prime Minister Abe aboard the USS Wasp in Yokosuka where President Trump addressed members of the USS Wasp.[48] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump at the Imperial Palace
Colorado Colorado Colorado Springs May 30 Arriving via Peterson Air Force Base, President Trump delivered the Commencement Address at the United States Air Force Academy Graduation Ceremony.[citation needed] The United States Air Force Academy Graduation Ceremony

June[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Virginia Virginia Vienna June 2 President Trump traveled to Vienna to visit McLean Bible Church.[citation needed]
 United Kingdom London, Portsmouth June 3–5 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled the United Kingdom, arriving via Stansted Airport on June 3.[citation needed] This is the first state visit by a sitting U.S. president to the United Kingdom since 2011. President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump meet with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace where they received a ceremonial welcome, including a 41-gun salute.[citation needed] President Trump toured the palace and meet with senior royals.[citation needed] President Trump also laid a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey, accompanied by the Duke of York.[citation needed] The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall hosted President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump for tea at the Clarence House.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended a state banquet at Buckingham Palace hosted by Queen Elizabeth II before spending the night at Winfield House.[citation needed] On June 4, President Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May co-hosted a business breakfast meeting at St James's Palace, attended by the Duke of York.[citation needed] President Trump held a bilateral meeting and joint press conference with Prime Minister May at 10 Downing Street.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump also toured the Churchill War Rooms, accompanied by Prime Minister May.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump hosted a black-tie dinner at Winfield House for Prime Minister May, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.[citation needed] On June 5, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the 75th anniversary of D-Day commemorative ceremonies in Portsmouth with Prime Minister May, Queen Elizabeth II, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.[citation needed] President Trump also held a bilateral meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.[citation needed] 150px
 Ireland Shannon,
County Clare
June 5–6 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Ireland, arriving via Shannon Airport on June 5.[citation needed] President Trump held a bilateral meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump spent one night at his International golf resort in Doonbeg.[citation needed] 150px
 France Colleville,
Caen
June 6 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to France, arriving via Caen – Carpiquet Airport.[citation needed] President Trump attended the 75th anniversary of D-Day memorial ceremonies.[citation needed] President Trump visited the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.[citation needed] President Trump held a bilateral meeting with President Emmanuel Macron at the Prefecture of Calvados.[citation needed] 150px
 Ireland Shannon,
County Clare
June 6–7 President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump returned to Ireland, arriving via Shannon Airport on June 6.[citation needed] President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump spent another night at his International golf resort in Doonbeg before returning to Washington on June 7.[citation needed] 150px
Virginia Virginia Sterling June 8 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
June 9 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
Iowa Iowa Council Bluffs,
West Des Moines
June 11 President Trump traveled to Council Bluffs to tour the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy facility, where he announced his administration’s decision to lift the ban on gasoline mixed with 15% ethanol.[49] Afterwards, President Trump attended a fundraiser for the Republican Party of Iowa in West Des Moines, where he addressed a crowd of around 700 supporters.[50] 150px
Virginia Virginia Sterling June 15 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
June 16 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
Florida Florida Orlando,
Doral
June 18–19 Arriving via Orlando International Airport on June 18, President Trump held a Make America Great Again Rally at the Amway Center in Orlando where he formally announced his 2020 re-election campaign. The President was joined by First Lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. The president and first lady then traveled to Doral, Florida, where they spent the night at Trump National Doral Miami. On June 19, the president held a morning meeting with supporters followed by a luncheon fundraiser before returning to Washington. [51] [52] 150px
Alaska Alaska Anchorage June 26 President Trump briefly visited U.S. service members at Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson.[citation needed] 150px
 Japan Osaka June 27–29 Arriving via Osaka International Airport on June 27, President Trump held a bilateral meeting and dinner with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison.[citation needed] On June 28, President Trump attended the G20 summit. President Trump also held bilateral meetings with Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, and Russian president Vladimir Putin.[citation needed] On June 29, President Trump held bilateral meetings with Chinese president Xi Jinping and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.[citation needed] 150px
 South Korea Seoul, Korean Demilitarized Zone June 29–30 Arriving via Osan Air Base on June 29, President Trump attended a dinner hosted by President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook.[citation needed] On June 30, President Trump held a bilateral meeting and joint press conference with President Moon at the Blue House.[citation needed] President Trump then visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone, accompanied by President Moon.[citation needed] President Trump attended the DMZ summit meeting with both leaders of the Koreas at the Inter-Korean Freedom House on the southern side of the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone.[citation needed] President Trump also held a bilateral meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. President Trump then returned to Osan Air Base, where he addressed U.S. troops.[citation needed] 150px
 North Korea Joint Security Area June 30 President Trump briefly walked into the northern side of the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone, accompanied by North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un, becoming the first sitting U.S. President to enter North Korea.[citation needed] After entering North Korea, President Trump walked back to the southern side of the Joint Security Area of the Korean Demilitarized Zone.[citation needed] 150px

July[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Dates Details Image
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 4 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[53]
New Jersey New Jersey Bedminster July 5–7 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.[54]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Milwaukee July 12 Arriving via General Mitchell International Airport, President Trump traveled to Milwaukee to tour Derco Aerospace and give remarks on the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement.[citation needed] Trump also attended a fundraiser on behalf of the Republican National Committee.[citation needed] 150px
Ohio Ohio Cleveland Arriving via Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, President Trump traveled to Cleveland to attend a fundraiser in metropolitan Cleveland.[citation needed]
Virginia Virginia Sterling July 13 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]
July 14 President Trump traveled to Trump National Golf Club.[citation needed]

Future trips[edit | edit source]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas will visit Dates Details
North Carolina North Carolina Greenville July 17, 2019 President Trump will hold a Make America Great Again Rally at the Williams Arena in Greenville.
Ohio Ohio Cincinnati August 1, 2019 President Trump will hold a Make America Great Again Rally at the U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati.
 Netherlands Terneuzen August 2019 Will meet with King Willem-Alexander. Scheduled to attend the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Scheldt.
 France Biarritz August 24–26, 2019 Scheduled to attend the 45th G7 summit.
 Thailand Bangkok October/November 2019 Planned attendance of the 33rd ASEAN Summit.
 Chile Santiago November 16–17, 2019 Scheduled to attend the 2019 APEC Summit.
 United Kingdom London December 3–4, 2019 Scheduled to attend the 30th NATO summit.
 Turkey Ankara TBD Planned meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

See also[edit | edit source]

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