With 20 Democratic presidential hopefuls flocking to Detroit for the second round of debates this week, so too is Trump's campaign. And the president's team is banking on economic improvements in the Great Lakes State to help him bring another victory in 2020. "The economy in Michigan is doing great," Marc Lotter, director of strategic communications for Trump 2020, told Cheddar on Tuesday. "Over 100,000 jobs have been added since the president took office, 27,000 jobs in manufacturing alone."