President Trump announced as keynote speaker at Faith & Freedom Coalition’s ‘Road to Majority’ conference

by Lauren Bratton

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President Trump will be the keynote speaker at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference on Saturday. The 45th president will deliver remarks at 1:30 pm ET at the Washington Hilton.

Founder and Chairman of the Faith & Freedom Coalition, Ralph Reed, expressed excitement in a press release ahead of the conference. “We are honored to welcome President Trump back to the largest gathering of conservative Christian activists in the nation,” noting that it “will be his ninth appearance” at the conference.”

Reed continued, stating, “I am confident President Trump will receive the enthusiastic response from our grassroots activists that he has earned for being such a solid champion for our shared values of faith and freedom.”

The conference kicked off on Thursday, with several Republicans addressing conferencegoers. South Carolina Sens. Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham, along with Texas Senator Ted Cruz, each took a turn at the microphone.

Friday’s list of speakers included Sens. James Lankford, R-Okla., Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, Josh Hawley, R-Mo., Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., and potential vice-presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson.

Several other former lawmakers, conservative activists, and Republican candidates will also pour into the eager crowd of Americans ready to lead the effort to turn the country back in the right direction.

Former Rep. Lee Zeldin will speak on Saturday at 11:30 ET ahead of President Trump’s speech. A longtime ally of the 45th president, Zeldin is expected to have a place in a new Trump administration.

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