Donald Trump kicks off victory tour with events in Indiana, Ohio

Donald Trump and Mike Pence, going on tour
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On Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump is taking a break from auditioning Cabinet members to travel to Indiana and Ohio, the inaugural leg of what he's calling his "Trump USA Thank You Tour 2016." Trump's first stop on Thursday, alongside Vice President-elect Mike Pence, will be in Indianapolis, where he will hold an event with Carrier Corp, the heating and air-conditioning company that this week agreed not to ship at least 800 jobs to Mexico, as planned. No details have yet been released on the price of keeping those jobs in Indiana, and the Carrier event is closed to the public.

In Cincinnati on Thursday night, Trump and Pence will hold a rally at U.S. Bank Arena (tickets required). Future legs of the tour are expected to include Florida and more stops in the Midwest, in states Trump won. Presidents-elect don't normally hold victory rallies after they win.

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