LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WKYT/WYMT) - President Donald Trump will speak at another campaign-style rally in Louisville on Monday night.
He is scheduled to speak at Freedom Hall around 7:30 p.m.
One woman, Lynette White, of Memphis, looks forward to Trump's speech.
"You know who doesn't want to see the President. It's doesn't matter for me whether it's my first Rally or 10th Rally or whatever I am always excited to see him," White said.
Trump supporters said they want to hear more about the Republican plan to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act, which the president said he supports.
"I want to know where we are on healthcare, what's going on with healthcare because they said they were going to deliver it to us real soon whatever they come up with so I guess I hope to hear more about that," White said.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul spoke to a group of business leaders in Louisville on Monday morning.
He said he will not attend the rally and plans to fly back to Washington to continue building a coalition to defeat the GOP replacement plan.
"It's either going to be what's presented now, or if it fails on Thursday, more negotiating. My hope is that it fails on Thursday and that's when the true negotiations begin," Paul said.
Thousand are expected to attend.