Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will no doubt provide some prime TV when he speaks Tuesday night in St. Clairsville, Ohio. Trump is expected to take the stage at 7 p.m. EDT at Ohio University's eastern campus health building, according to the Post of Athens, Ohio. It'll be his first time back in the Buckeye State since he lost the March 15 primary there to challenger and Gov. John Kasich.

Check out a live stream of Trump's event below or tune in to CNN here.

A lot has changed since the last time Trump was in Ohio. Kasich and the rest of his competition have left the GOP primary race, and the billionaire has become the presumptive nominee. Meanwhile, on the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders is still campaigning even though Hillary Clinton has clinched the party's nomination.

Trump and Clinton have already begun trading insults, with the tycoon calling the former first lady "crooked Hillary" and her labeling him selfish and inexperienced. Trump's son Eric took aim at "Hillary Clinton's campaign machine and her liberal media allies" in a Monday fundraising email encouraging donors to help the campaign collect $10 million by Thursday.

Kasich, meanwhile, has said he "just can't" endorse Trump unless he sees "a fundamental change" in his priorities. The governor has also refuted reports that Trump was thinking about choosing him to be vice president. 

“There was never a chance of that,” Kasich told Fox News. “Never, not even a consideration. We’re too different.”

Earlier Tuesday, Trump gave a trade speech in Monsessen, Pennsylvania, and on Wednesday he's set to appear in Bangor, Maine, according to his website. By the end of the week he'll be in Colorado.

"On trade, on immigration, on foreign policy, we are going to put America first again," Trump said in his Monsessen speech. "We are going to make America wealthy again. We are going to reject Hillary Clinton's politics of fear, futility and incompetence. We are going to embrace the possibilities of change."