ELKHART, Ind. - President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were just across the Michigan border Thursday for a "Make America Great Again Rally."
The rally was be themed "Promises Made, Promises Kept." Trump and Pence boasted about the healthy economy and low unemployment numbers. They also spent a fair amount of time stumping for for GOP Senate Candidate Mike Braun who is challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly (D).
It has also been a big week for the president as with three Americans were released from North Korea arriving back in the U.S. early Thursday morning. President Trump, the First Lady and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo were in Maryland to greet them when they arrived back on U.S. soil. Trump told supporters his early morning didn't stop him from making the stop in Indiana.
“At 2 a.m., early this morning, and by the way I got back to the White House at 4:30 this morning. Somebody said 'It’s okay you cancel Indiana tonight' and I said 'You don’t know the people of Indiana, I don’t have the courage,'"
The announcement came Thursday via the president's Twitter account that Trump will meet North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12.
"Foreign policy, he rocks on foreign policy," Trump supporter Linda Sorenson tells FOX 17. "And I think that's a big unexpected triumph that people didn't think he would be a good diplomat or a good statesman."
Sorenson says she camped outside the venue Wednesday night to make sure she got a good spot.
Some are concerned about the fate of at least five hostages in Iran as Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal.
"Why would Korea agree to do anything with us anyway if we backed out of that?" Protestor Heather Davis says. "They're not gonna agree to do anything with us because we're breaking promises that we made to Iran."
At the heels of this withdrawal, Iran reportedly launched over 20 rockets towards Israeli-claimed territory in the Golan Heights on Wednesday night.