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Appleton, Wis. — Due to unforeseen mechanical airplane problems while traveling from New Mexico, former Donald J. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway has postponed her scheduled Wisconsin stop for U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir on Thursday.

“Sadly, unforeseen mechanical aircraft issues have forced me to postpone my visit to the great state of Wisconsin today. The voters of Wisconsin have an important task on Tuesday: vote for Leah Vukmir and send her to the U.S. Senate,” Kellyanne Conway said. “President Trump needs an ally like Leah to continue the recent economic boom; improve access, quality and affordability of healthcare; and increase the respect and resources for our military and veterans. We must stop out-of-touch liberals like Tammy Baldwin, who radically plans to raise our taxes, outsource our jobs, and destroy Medicare, Medicare Advantage and employer-based insurance for 3.4 million Wisconsinites. As a nurse, Leah has cared for and listened to her patients, and is committed to help all Wisconsinites.”

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