Trump's campaign tour will conclude where no Republicans are slated to lose -- because he's 'conceded the House' to Democrats
President Donald Trump closeup portrait while delivering a speech at a campaign rally at the Mohegan Sun Arena. (Evan El-Amin /

President Donald Trump's campaign blitz will close in with the reddest of the red voters and not in areas where Republicans are holding on to their seats with their fingernails.

According to a schedule on Axios, Trump is slated to hold rallies in Fort Myers, Florida, Columbia, Missouri, Huntington, West Virginia and an undisclosed location in Indiana, Bozeman, Montana, Macon, Georgia, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Fort Wayne, Indiana and Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

There are zero competitive House districts in those cities. While There are certainly Senate races up for grabs in places like Montana, Missouri and Indiana, Democrats aren't expected to take over the U.S. Senate.

The schedule was developed by White House Political Director Bill Stepien, according to CookPoliticalReport elections analyst Amy Walter. She said it appears to basically "concede the House."

Trump is "going to the places where he remains popular, more rural or exurban, and he's staying away from big cities that have suburbs where he's toxic," she said.

Read the full report at Axios.