PHOENIX — President Donald Trump made another visit to Arizona on Monday, this time to Phoenix for a "Latinos for Trump" roundtable event.
The event took place at the Arizona Grand Resort at 2:15 p.m.
The Phoenix stop came after several campaign stops in Nevada over the weekend.
The president made his case to a crucial group of voters in the final stretch of the campaign.
Trump last visited Arizona in August for a campaign event in Yuma.
The president previously visited Phoenix in May for a "Students for Trump" rally and held a campaign rally in Phoenix in February.
Vice President Mike Pence will also visit Phoenix on Friday to participate in a Libre Initiative Roundtable for Hispanic Heritage Month and a Veterans for Trump event.
Trump carried the state by 3.5 points in 2016.
Arizona was long a Republican stronghold but Democrats have made inroads and it is now a top battleground.
Democrat Joe Biden has said he plans to campaign in Arizona after Labor Day but he has not announced a date for a visit.
You can find all the live updates from Trump's visit here.
Air Force One has departed from Sky Harbor International Airport.
The roundtable discussion has ended. President Trump is expected to head back to Air Force One and depart immediately.
Demonstrators supporting and opposing Donald Trump gathered peacefully outside a Phoenix resort where the president held a campaign event to court Latino voters.
Dozens of Trump supporters and a handful of critics gathered Monday on opposite sides of the entrance to the Arizona Grand Resort at the foot of South Mountain Park in Ahwatukee.
The crowds mostly dispersed after Trump's motorcade arrived in triple-digit heat. Arizona was long a Republican stronghold but Democrats have made inroads and it is now a top battleground. Democrat Joe Biden has said he plans to campaign in Arizona after Labor Day but he has not announced a date for a visit.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.
Air Force One has landed at Sky Harbor.
White House announces Vice President Mike Pence will visit Phoenix on Friday.
A new poll shows Joe Biden is ahead of Trump by 10%.
12 News' Matt Yurus is at the Arizona Grand Resort ahead of Trump's visit.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.