Later this month, former president Donald Trump will deliver a speech at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition 23rd Annual Spring Kick-Off.
At 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, at the Horizon Events Centre in suburban Des Moines, the early front-runner in the race for the Republican presidential nomination will deliver a remote address to the conference.
The GOP presidential candidates, elected officials, and figures from the national conservative movement will all make brief remarks before Trump’s address.
The Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition president Steve Scheffler declared, “We are pretty pleased with the lineup we’ve got.”
Potential and Confirmed Speakers At Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition
Mike Pence, the former vice president of Donald Trump; Vivek Ramaswamy, an anti-woke activist and entrepreneur from Ohio; Asa Hutchinson, a former governor of Arkansas; Perry Johnson, a businessman from Michigan; and U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), who on Wednesday announced the formation of a presidential exploratory committee ahead of a trip to Iowa.
Other speakers include Tulsi Gabbard, a former congresswoman from Hawaii and outspoken critic of the left, and conservative talk show host and activist Larry Elder.
Brenna Bird, the attorney general of Iowa, and Jeff Kaufmann, the chairman of the Iowa GOP, will serve as moderators.
The doors will be open at 3:30 p.m. The event starts at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 4 p.m.
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“We don’t support people. We just want to give folks a chance to compare the contenders.” Scheffler told The Iowa Star. He anticipates more than 1,000 attendees, many of whom will be conservative activists, attending the meeting.
The event will be divided into 12-minute segments. Each speaker will have four minutes to introduce themselves to the audience before spending the remaining time responding to questions from the moderators.
Since his historic arrest resulted from far-left Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg‘s politically motivated probe against the 45th president, Trump will make his first remarks directly to an audience in a kick-off caucus state. His popularity among voters and campaign funds have greatly benefited from what many Americans perceive to be a partisan investigation against President Joe Biden’s main competitor for the White House.
The non-profit Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition, formerly known as the Iowa Christian Alliance, is said to support “Christian principles, constitutional authority, high moral values, and integrity in government,” according to their website.
“Our goal is to persuade citizens and officials to uphold their commitment to liberty and the rule of law so that America can continue to be a united country under God.” The organization’s website states it is not connected with any political party.
Trump’s team describes the coalition as “the state’s premier faith-based organization that is committed to defending conservative values and religious liberty” in an email.
The campaign states, “President Trump has long supported the great Iowan patriots and the Faith and Freedom Coalition, having first spoken at the conference in September 2015.”
Over the years, the coalition has invited a wide range of presidential contenders and world leaders to its convention.
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