Donald Trump to speak at National Guard conference in Baltimore

Posted at 12:20 PM, Sep 09, 2016

Donald Trump is scheduled to address National Guard officers in Baltimore Monday.

The GOP presidential nominee will speak at the 138th NGAUS General Conference & Exhibition at 1 p.m. at the Baltimore Convention Center.

Officials said the annual conference has been a regular stop for presidential candidates since 1992. Both Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton were invited to attend this year’s event, according to a news release.

Governor Larry Hogan is also set to speak at the conference, which is open only to registered attendees.

"We are participants in democracy as well as defenders of democracy," retired Maj. Gen. Gus Hargett and the NGAUS president said in a release. "So, in both roles, we are curious to hear Mr. Trump's vision for national defense and how the National Guard fits into those plans."

Find more information on the conference HERE.

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