How to Watch, Live-Stream Trump Rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska

President Donald Trump is set to appear at three campaign rallies across the states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska, on Tuesday—here's how to watch each separate event live stream.

The president's Make America Great Again victory rallies on Tuesday come exactly one week before the November 3 Election Day contest. Events kick off with Trump set to speak at 2 p.m. Central Time in Lansing, Michigan, at the Avflight building near the Capital Region International Airport. He then will get right back on Air Force One and head to West Salem, Wisconsin, for a 4 p.m. Central Time rally at the Motorsports Management Company. His final campaign stop of the day ends with a speech at the La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway in Omaha, Nebraska.

Each event will be broadcast through the White House's official live stream Facebook page as well as Trump's official YouTube channel.

Health officials and doctors in Wisconsin, Michigan and Nebraska issued warnings to potential attendees of the 2020 election rallies amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The official Trump ticket page for the free, first-come, first-served events features a disclaimer verifying that rallygoers who plan on attending the events in-person "acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists."

Although the Trump campaign recommends people wear a facial covering or mask at the rallies, specific requirements are being handled by the venues and U.S. Secret Service. Tickets are still available for each event, but live video from Lansing showed more than 1,000 people were already waiting near the airport for Trump to speak by 9 a.m. Tuesday—five hours before the president's scheduled speaking time.

Over a thousand are in line by 9 am here in Lansing for Trump’s rally scheduled for 2 pm this afternoon #Trump2020 #Trump #Michigan

— Brendan Gutenschwager (@BGOnTheScene) October 27, 2020

Doors open two hours before Trump's scheduled speaking time at each of the three states' campaign events.

"Three BIG Rallies today. Lansing, Michigan. West Salem, Wisconsin. Omaha, Nebraska. We are winning all over the place. See you later!!!" Trump tweeted Tuesday morning before he flies to Lansing. It will be his first visit to the Lansing area since he took office, although he went to Dimondale during the 2016 campaign.

The New York Times reported Tuesday that Trump made 130 false or inaccurate statements during a recent rally in Janesville, Wisconsin. The Times said some statements he made were entirely fabricated, while others were more "casual misstatements" of truth. Critics of Trump's busy rally schedule across the country have labeled them superspreader"events due to the high rate of infection present, even among White House staff.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is also set to be in Wisconsin on Friday—a state then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton did not visit once during her 2016 campaign.

Newsweek reached out to the Trump campaign for any additional information about his Tuesday rallies in the battleground states.

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President Donald Trump holds a rally on October 26, in Lititz, Pennsylvania. On October 27, Trump is set to appear at three campaign rallies across the states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska. MARK MAKELA / Stringer/Getty Images