GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is acting “presidential” as he spends Monday in the nation’s capital, holding a meeting with Republican Congressmen, as well as a press conference and speaking at America’s Pro-Israel Lobby (AIPAC).
Politico and the Washington Post report Trump plans to meet with Congressional leaders, including Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR). Lobbyists and political operatives also plan to attend the meeting at his campaign attorney Donald McGahn’s law firm, Jones Day.
Additionally, the real estate mogul will be holding a press conference Monday afternoon at the Old Post Office, soon to be Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., on Pennsylvania Avenue.
He will close out his full day in D.C. with a speech at AIPAC, discussing the Middle East and Israel’s relationship with the United States.
Fox News’ Bret Baier also noted Monday morning that Trump will deliver a “scripted” speech at AIPAC, which is rare for the billionaire who tends to deliver off-the-cuff speeches without the use of teleprompters while on the campaign trail.