President Donald Trump will speak at America First Action’s fundraiser next week alongside dozens of other conservative activists and lawmakers, The Daily Caller has learned.
Trump’s appearance was first reported by Politico. The Daily Caller has learned exclusive details about the summit, which will feature figures from the president’s son Donald Trump Jr. to millennial conservative activists Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens.
The higher dollar event will cost donors $100,000 for a regular ticket and a VIP ticket running at $250,000. The prayer is set to be led by Pastor Darrell Scott and the pledge of allegiance with Benghazi survivor Mark Geist.
Others set to attend the event include former White House press secretary Sean Spicer, Fox News host Monica Crowley, Sheriff David Clarke, Sinclair Broadcasting’s Boris Epshteyn and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. Huckabee is set to deliver remarks at the Monday evening session.
The conservative activists and personalities will be joined by several prominent GOP lawmakers such as Senator Ted Cruz, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Senator Tom Cotton, Senator Marco Rubio and several other members of the house.
Attendees will participate in four roundtables throughout the day followed by a cocktail reception with McCarthy. McCarthy will introduce Trump Tuesday at the event. Trump is able to attend the super PAC dinner in his personal capacity under campaign finance law, with the invitation to the event making no mention of his title as president.
“We’re really excited that our event is coming on the heels of the President’s historic summit in Singapore, we’re thrilled to welcome him home and hear what he’s going to say about this extraordinary meeting,” communications director for America First Action Erin Montgomery told TheDC.