UPDATE (WKOW) --- The White House has released more information about the President's visit to Wisconsin Thursday.
President Barack Obama will fly into Milwaukee Wednesday.
On Thursday, the President will speak at General Electric's Waukesha Gas Engines facility in Waukesha to talk about the economy.
WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- President Barack Obama plans to make a stop in Wisconsin later this week.
The president is making a four-state tour after the State of the Union address on Tuesday. He plans to take off Wednesday morning for a two-day tour to promote his proposals.
First stop is Lanham, Maryland, where the president plans to speak about the economy. The White House announced Monday that President Obama then plans to fly to the Pittsburgh area to deliver a speech at U.S. Steel's plant in West Mifflin.
The president also plans to visit Wisconsin and Tennessee, although details of those stops have not yet been announced.
The Journal Sentinel is reporting President Obama's trip to Wisconsin on Thursday will include a visit to a Waukesha manufacturing facility. The report says the president plans to talk about the economy at General Electric's gas engine facility.
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