Donald Trump agrees to town hall in Green Bay, Wednesday March 30

GREEN BAY — MSNBC has announced that it will host a town hall with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday in Green Bay.

MSNBC says Trump will take questions from Chris Matthews and voters during the event, which will be broadcast live.

The Green Bay Press Gazette Media reports Trump is also scheduled to appear at a Janseville rally on Tuesday afternoon and at a CNN town hall in Milwaukee that evening.

Trump will be the second Republican presidential candidate to visit the Green Bay area before the April 5 Wisconsin primary.

Sen. Ted Cruz visited the area Friday. Republican Party of Brown County Chairwoman Marian Krumberger says she expects Trump, Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will make more campaign stops in the area before the primary.