Donald Trump had a busy schedule with significant events in Washington, D.C. He delivered remarks at two consecutive gatherings, starting with the CWALAC Leadership Summit dinner and concluding with the “Pray Vote Stand Summit,” hosted by the Family Research Council.
The action begins with President Trump speaking at the CWALAC (Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee) Leadership Summit dinner at 7:00 p.m. ET, as announced by the Trump campaign.
The CWALAC serves as the advocacy arm of the well-respected organization “Concerned Women for America.” Penny Nance, CWA CEO and president, expressed her excitement about President Trump’s presence, highlighting his dedication to pro-life and pro-family policies, and praising his commitment to the cause.
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Following his appearance at the women’s conference, President Trump will make his way to the “Pray Vote Stand Summit,” held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
These two concurrent events, the Concerned Women of America (CWA) Approved Leaders Summit and the “Pray Vote Stand” summit hosted by the Family Research Council (FRC), share a common audience of Christian conservatives. This demographic is pivotal in the upcoming GOP presidential primary.
Former President Trump, a 2024 White House contender, will serve as the keynote speaker at the Women’s Leadership Summit dinner, capping off the multi-day event. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, currently polling second in the GOP presidential race, is also expected to attend. Other 2024 hopefuls, including Vivek Ramaswamy and former Vice President Mike Pence, have been invited but have not yet confirmed their participation, according to the CWA event site.
The simultaneous appearances of former President Donald J. Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis highlight the influential role of Christian conservatives in the 2024 nominating contest. This influence begins in Iowa, where white evangelicals are expected to constitute a substantial portion of the likely electorate in the January caucuses.
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