(National Sentinel)Â Support: A group of women are planning to hold the first of what they hope will become an annual event in support of POTUS Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., a month ahead of the November midterms.
The four-day event, sponsored by “Women for Trump,” is to be the inaugural “Women for America First Summit” that will be held at Trump International Hotel in the nation’s capital, from Oct. 4-7.
â€œWomen for Trumpâ€ revealed exclusively to Breitbart News that the inaugural â€œWomen for America First Summitâ€ will be held at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, from October 4th to October 7th.
“Confirmed speakers include Trumpâ€™s daughter-in-law Lara Trump, Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro, and Katrina Pierson. Other speakers will be confirmed in the coming days confirmed Women for Trump chair Amy Kremer,”Â Breitbart News reported exclusively.
Kremer said that the theme for the summit is “Heels on, gloves off.”
â€œWe will not be ignored,â€ she said in a statement. â€œWe are fighting back and that is exactly what this summit is about â€“ our heels are on but our gloves are off and we are coming together to empower and energize women who support President Trump and the America First agenda!â€
Breitbart reported that tickets for the conference are $949 plus a $59.41 fee, according to theÂ summitÂ Eventbrite page. In addition, attendees will get a special rate at the Trump hotel for $355 per night.
â€œWe look forward to announcing more speakers in the days ahead and, most importantly, we look forward to this amazing opportunity to come together and have our voices heard,â€ Kremer noted further.
Reports in the “mainstream” media continue to claim that Democrats have the electoral advantage heading into the midterms and are “very likely” going to retake the House at least.Â But there is much evidence to refute those claims, as evidenced by the growing economy, the growing #WalkAway movement, and POTUS Trump’s rising popularity nationally and with key demographic groups like blacks and Hispanics.
We’ll see. The mainstream media’s political analysts were wrong in 2016; we think they’re going to be wrong again this year.