(CNN) - Donald Trump already has trips to Iowa and New Hampshire scheduled for June. Now the businessman, real estate mogul and reality TV star who's flirting with running for the White House will head to another state that votes early in the presidential primary and caucus calendar: Nevada.
CNN has confirmed that Trump will speak to several Republican women's groups at the Treasure Island hotel and casino on April 28. Trump, the owner of the Trump International Hotel and Tower on the Strip, was already scheduled to be in Las Vegas next week for the wedding of his friend Steve Wynn, the billionaire casino owner. The story was first reported by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Saturday Trump headlined a tea party Tax Day rally in Boca Raton, Florida, his first political event since he started talking of a possible run earlier this year. In June, Trump's scheduled to headline an Iowa GOP dinner and also make an appearance in New Hampshire. Those two states kick off the presidential primary and caucus season. Nevada's caucus is scheduled to go third, according to a calendar approved by the Democratic and Republican national party committees.
Trump has said he'll make a decision on a White House bid by June.
Trump's now tied with former Arkansas Gov. and 2008 GOP White House hopeful Mike Huckabee for first place when Republicans are asked whom they would support for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, according to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation national poll that was released last week . But while the survey indicates Trump has nearly doubled his support since a mid-March poll, it also indicates that more than four in ten Republicans say they don't want to see Trump toss his hat in the ring.
Trump has said he could spend hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money on a campaign for the presidency. He also recently told the Wall Street Journal that he might also make an independent run for the White House if he doesn't capture the GOP nomination.
Trump has made numerous appearances on the cable news networks and other outlets over the past two months, as he's increased his discussions of running for the White House, and as he's increased his attacks on President Barack Obama's performance in office.
He has also repeatedly questioned whether the president was born in the U.S. and asks why Obama doesn't produce his birth certificate. In 2008, the Obama presidential campaign released a copy of the certificate, saying the serial number was blacked out for concern over Hawaiian procedure. Since then, many news organizations and the Annenberg Fact Check Project saw the original with the serial number, an embossed seal and a stamped signature.
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