President Trump and the first lady Melania light the National Christmas Tree at the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. USA TODAY

Derry Township has picked up the costs for candidates’ campaign stops at Hersheypark Arena and Giant Center over the years.

York County businessman and former state senator Scott Wagner  doesn’t want that to happen Tuesday when President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence appear at Giant Center, PennLive is reporting.

Requests for comment from Wagner and Derry Township Manager Christopher Christman were not answered. Wagner has been out of the public eye since losing his bid to become governor in the 2018 election.

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PennLive says Wagner offered to pay “up to $20,000” for municipal police costs.

Wagner told the media outlet he believes supporters in southcentral Pennsylvania have a right to come out to the see the president with “no ill feelings toward the township.”

Read the entire report here.


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