President Donald Trump will return to Harrisburg Saturday night to ring in his 100th day in office with Keystone State voters who helped deliver him the White House in November.

Trump is expected to take the stage for a campaign-style rally at 7:30 p.m. at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center.

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Doors will open to ralliers at 4:30 p.m.

The president will fly out of the nation's capital as thousands of people march through Washington, D.C., protesting his environmental positions and policies, and just a day after signing a bill to avert a federal government shutdown for another week.

Trump will also skip the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner on Saturday to hold his 100-day rally.

At his Saturday night rally, Trump is expected to tout the progress his administration has made in its first three months and express his disappointment in legislators for being unable to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and tackle immigration reform.

The 45th President of the United States will be greeted by thousands of supporters in Pennsylvania's capital city, though several local Democratic groups, such as Indivisible York and the Democratic Party of York County, will be holding counter-rallies and protests.

Reporter Jason Addy will be providing periodic updates from both outside and inside the president's event. Check back for updates and follow him on Twitter at @JasonAddyYD.

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