INDIANAPOLIS - President Donald Trump will Wednesday make a stop at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Our partners at WTHR-TV report the president will speak to supporters about tax reform, just days after Vice President Mike Pence did the same during a visit to Anderson.

Trump's remarks are scheduled to take place at 5:00 p.m. at the Farm Bureau building inside the fairgrounds. The White House has not yet released any information on how the public can attend.

Air Force One is expected to arrive at Indianapolis International Airport earlier in the day, according to WTHR. State Representative Holli Sullivan (R-78) and Indiana State Republican Chairman Kyle Hupfer are scheduled to welcome the president at the venue.

Pence met with local businesses and residents Friday during his trip to Anderson, which also include members of Indiana's congressional delegation such as Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN).