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Foxconn groundbreaking back to June 28

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MOUNT PLEASANT — President Donald Trump is still expected to attend the official Foxconn Technology Group groundbreaking on June 28. The date was originally scheduled for that day, was changed to June 29, and has since been switched back to June 28.

The invitation to the event came from Alan Yeung, Foxconn’s director of U.S. strategic initiatives. The event will take place at the site of where the Taiwanese company has started to lay the groundwork for its $10 billion Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park.

Gov. Scott Walker will attend, and a Foxconn spokesman has confirmed that Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou, his special assistant Louis Woo and Yeung are all expected to attend.

Trump was last in Wisconsin in June 2017, in Waukesha. He visited Snap-On Tools in Kenosha with Walker on April 18, 2017.

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