Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump returns to New Hampshire Thursday. His visit to Sandown will be his second to the Granite State in eight days.
As is widely-known, New Hampshire is an important swing state, so this visit will give Trump the chance to sway voters.
But the town hall-style event will also give Trump a chance to practice for Sunday's debate with Hillary Clinton, which will follow a similar format.
For more now on the appearance, we're joined by Neil Levesque, the executive director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and Political Library at Saint Anselm College.
This segment aired on October 6, 2016.