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Trump to speak to Iowa-based Christian group

Businessman will speak at The Family Leader's summit Aug. 10 in Ames

Donald Trump addresses a ceremony announcing a new hotel and condominium complex in Vancouver, British Columbia June 19, 2013.  (Reuters)
Donald Trump addresses a ceremony announcing a new hotel and condominium complex in Vancouver, British Columbia June 19, 2013.  (Reuters)

Donald Trump will speak at The Family Leader’s leadership summit Aug. 10 in Ames.

The purpose of The Family Leadership Summit is to educate and mobilize the conservative base regarding worldview application and issues that impact the family. The summit will provide Iowans the opportunity to hear top conservative national leaders, gathered in one place, cast their leadership vision.

The Family Leader describes Trump as “an American business magnate, television personality, author and leader.” He is the chairman and president of The Trump Organization, an Emmy-nominated star and co-producer of the reality television series, “The Apprentice.”

He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance and speaks often on economic policy, international trade, and America’s relationship with China.

“Trump is internationally known and respected for his leadership,” said Bob Vander Plaats, Family Leader president & CEO. “His boldness and clarity on the fiscal issues threatening America’s families will educate our audience. His solutions to ‘righting the ship’ regarding international trade and, especially, our relationship with China will inspire all attendees. The fact that he has chosen our Summit for his inaugural appearance to Iowa is an honor.”

For more information about the event, visit www.TheFamilyLeadershipSummit.com

 

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