President Trump heads to Louisville for AMVETS national convention
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – President Trump is making his fourth trip to the Bluegrass since being elected in 2016.
The President’s first stop will be at the 75th annual AMVETS national convention where he is scheduled to address nearly 2,500 veterans about healthcare and other military initiatives.
AMVETS is a non-partisan, membership-based group that supports more than 20 million military veterans.
The convention starts at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville.
President Trump will then make his way to a private fundraiser in support of Gov. Matt Bevin’s re-election campaign against Democratic opponent and Attorney General Andy Beshear.
We’ll have full coverage on President Trump’s visit throughout the day on ABC 36 News and WTVQ.com