Donald Trump will make his second visit to Wisconsin as president late this (Tuesday) afternoon — and he’s expected to discuss the importance of jobs and education during a speech at Waukesha County Technical College. On Monday, Republican Governor Scott Walker told a Fond du Lac audience the state’s top priority is to develop its workforce for what employers need — and Walker said Trump is the right person to talk about that. The governor says Trump promised to make today’s (Tuesday’s) visit back in February, when Walker rejected overtures to join the White House team. After his speech, Trump is scheduled to join Walker at a private fundraiser for the governor in the Milwaukee area, in which the lowest ticket price was reported to be one-thousand dollars.