Former President Donald Trump will be the keynote speaker at the NRA Presidential Forum, part of the Great American Outdoor Show, in February.
Trump will address members of the group on Feb. 9 in Harrisonburg, Pa. The visit will be his first to the state for the year.
In a press release from the NRA-ILA, the group said the visit “marks President Trump’s eighth address to NRA members, reaffirming his enduring commitment to the Second Amendment and the American tradition of firearm ownership.”
NRA President Charles Cotton said in the same press release, “President Trump’s unwavering support for the Second Amendment, and his track record of protecting the rights of gun owners make him an exemplary speaker for this momentous event. His fellow NRA members can’t wait to hear from him for the eighth time.”
Trump has made speeches to the organization as early as 2015, with the group saying it shows he is a “steadfast advocate for the NRA, the Second Amendment, and self-defense rights.”
The Great American Outdoor Show will feature more than 1,000 exhibitors over nine days. Other events include a concert, dog and lumberjack competitions, and hunting and gun ownership forums.