Former President Donald Trump made a return to Washington, D.C., and delivered two speeches at separate summits one was at the 2023 Pray Vote Stand Summit where he discussed his 2024 presidential campaign and outlined his policy platform.
The day’s events began with a visit to the CWALAC Leadership Summit dinner, an event organized by “Concerned Women for America.” President Trump took the stage, delivering an address that captured the audience’s attention. His remarks at this summit were scheduled for 7:00 p.m. ET, setting the tone for the evening.
Following his speech at the CWALAC summit, President Trump proceeded to the “2023 Pray Vote Stand Summit” held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel. This event, hosted by the Family Research Council, drew attendees eager to hear the former president’s insights. President Trump’s anticipated speech at this summit was scheduled for 9:00 p.m. ET.
Trump’s address at the 2023 Pray Vote Stand Summit was highly anticipated, and he was joined by some potential competitors for the 2024 presidential race.
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The Washington Times Reported: The nation’s capital played host to a significant gathering today, aptly named the third annual 2023 Pray Vote Stand Summit. Held at a historic Washington hotel, this event featured a roster of 48 prominent speakers, each with important messages to convey.
Among the confirmed speakers were notable Republican presidential hopefuls, including former President Donald Trump, former Vice President Mike Pence, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.
Also in attendance were esteemed Republican lawmakers such as Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri and Representatives Jim Banks of Indiana, Byron Donalds of Florida, Mary Miller of Illinois, and Chris Smith of New Jersey.
The event also featured former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and champion swimmer Riley Gaines.
Hosted by the Family Research Council, this event was described as ‘a national gathering of spiritually active, governance-engaged conservatives,’ often referred to as ‘SAGE Cons’ in advance press materials.
Council President Tony Perkins emphasized the critical juncture at which the nation stands, stating, “Our nation stands at a critical juncture. America needs leadership that will confront the cultural and spiritual crisis facing our country. As we move into the 2024 presidential election cycle, we are working to ensure the issues impacting faith, family, and freedom are understood and advanced,”
The return of President Trump to Washington, D.C., for these dual summits marked a significant moment in American politics and signaled his continued influence and engagement on the national stage.
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