Trump will give back-to-back speeches in Washington, D.C., this Friday

2CC2M8H President Donald J. Trump arrives to a press conference at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020, in Bedminster, N.J. People: President Donald Trump Credit: Storms Media Group/Alamy Live News

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President Donald Trump will have a busy schedule this coming Friday, where he will deliver remarks at back-to-back events in Washington, D.C., beginning with the CWALAC Leadership Summit dinner and ending with the “Pray, Vote, Stand Summit,” hosted by the Family Research Council.

According to the Trump campaign, the president will kick off his Friday, Sept. 15 schedule by speaking at the CWALAC (Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee) Leadership Summit dinner at 7:00 p.m. ET.

A press statement from the organization explained that the CWALAC is an “advocacy arm” of the well-known organization, “Concerned Women for America.”

Penny Nance, the CEO and president of the organization, stated, “Our leaders are excited to hear from President Trump and honored he has prioritized this gathering to lay out his vision for our country.”

Shortly after speaking at the women’s conference, the president will attend the “Pray, Vote, Stand Summit,” which will take place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in D.C.

The event has invited a slate of faith-friendly leaders and politicians, including Dr. Ben Carson, Pastor Jack Hibbs, and Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey.

According to the Trump campaign, the president is expected to speak at 9:00 p.m. ET.

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