The former president will take the stage at the 'Protect Our Elections' event hosted by Turning Point USA's Political Action Committee aimed at de-seating Democratic politicians across the country.
Maricopa County, which encompasses Phoenix, has been at the center of Trump's ire over his loss to President Joe Biden.
As Trump gets ready to repeat his claims of voter fraud and a rigged election to his supporters on Saturday, the recount audit has been thrown into chaos.
Ken Bennett, a former Arizona secretary of state and liaison to the state Senate for the recount, lost privileges to the building where the effort is taking place, according to recent reports.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Donald Trump will take stage at a Turning Point Action 'Protect our Elections' rally in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday
Trump will repeat his claims that the 2020 election was stolen, and that Arizona is one of the states where widespread voter fraud is to blame for his loss. Here the former president leaves Trump tower in Manhattan on July 19, 2021
The rally Saturday comes after a dramatic turn of events Friday when Ken Bennett, who was acting as the liaison to the Arizona Senate on the election audit, was banned from the building where the recount is taking place
The once-president of the state Senate was the only person involved with the recount in Maricopa with experience in elections.
Previously, he was referred to as the 'director' of the recount, but the Arizona Republic reported on Friday Bennett was not allowed in the state fairgrounds building where the audit is happening.
It comes after he shared data with outside critics from an ongoing ballot recount.
Arizona is a swing state that Trump lost to Biden in 2020 by just 0.3 per cent. He claims he only lost the state because of widespread fraud in Maricopa County, where he earned 995,665 votes to Biden's 1,040,774, according to the official ballot count from the state.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
But the former president's most staunch supporters, several thousand of whom are in attendance at Saturday's rally, claim a lack of voter integrity is to blame for Biden beating Trump.