Trump signs lease for a NH office, returns MondayBy DAN TUOHY
New Hampshire Union Leader
April 22. 2015 12:02PM
Donald Trump returns to New Hampshire with a presidential campaign-like schedule Monday, and the Union Leader has learned he has signed a lease for an office in Manchester that will open May 1.
Trump will speak to a business lunch at the Tuscan Kitchen in Salem at noon, followed by a town hall meeting with veterans at the VFW in Hudson.
The billionaire businessman is scheduled to speak at New England College in Henniker at 3 p.m. and he is the guest speaker at the next installment of "Politics & Pie" in Concord at 5:30 p.m.
The NEC event, which is sponsored by the college's Center for Civic Engagement, is free and open to the public on a first-come, first-seated basis at the Simon Center.
The "Politics & Pie" forum is hosted by Republican National Committee members Steve Duprey and Juliana Bergeron and the Concord GOP at the Snowshoe Club. The event is open to the first 100 Republican primary voters who reserve a seat through the Concord GOP.
The visit is Trump's third to New Hampshire since he announced an exploratory committee.