When, Where to Watch Donald Trump's Erie, Pennsylvania Rally Live Stream Online Tonight: Trump's Erie Rally 2018 Live Feed

President Donald Trump is on the campaign rally schedule again tonight, appearing in Erie, Pennsylvania at Erie Insurance Arena. Trump is keeping a busy Make America Great Again (MAGA) rally schedule ahead of the key November 6 mid-term elections, trying to help Republican candidates gain momentum.

Trump last visited Erie for a rally in August 2016 when he was a Presidential candidate. You can watch Trump's Erie, Pennsylvania rally tonight via live stream, online feed below.

President Trump's Erie, Pennsylvania rally schedule:

Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Time: 7 p.m. Eastern Time

Location: Erie Insurance Arena

Trump will be campaigning tonight in Pennsylvania for U.S. Reps. Mike Kelly, seeking re-election, and Lou Barletta, running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Democrat Bob Casey Jr. Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner is also expected to be on stage.

Appearing at a MAGA rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa Tuesday night, Trump suggested that Democratic Sen. Diane Feinstein leaked an allegation to try and sink Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination. The Iowa crowd chanted, "Lock her up!" in response.

Feinstein has since called President Donald Trump's attack "ridiculous and an embarrassment."

Trump also took time during the Iowa rally to celebrate the swearing-in of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, attempting to use it as energizing momentum for Republicans ahead of the mid-term elections.

"I want to thank our incredible Republican senators for refusing to back down," President Trump said while praising Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa as "a very tough cookie" for his confirmation process handling, according to the Associated Press.

In other latest Presidential news, Trump said he will delay the second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un until after next month's midterm elections.

Trump told reporters traveling with him Tuesday aboard Air Force One that he does not have time for a foreign trip between now and Nov. 6 because he's traveling the U.S. trying to get strong Republican voter turnout for the upcoming state elections.

"I just can't leave now," President Trump said, according to the AP.