Melania Trump to Headline Event for Log Cabin Republicans

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( – In a rare appearance, Melania Trump will headline a glitzy event for Log Cabin Republicans.

On Monday, Politico reported that former first lady Melania Trump would headline an event in July for Log Cabin Republicans, the nation’s largest GOP organization representing LGBT conservatives and their allies.

The event, scheduled for July 8, will be the second event she’s hosted for the organization. In April, the former first lady hosted the group in Florida at Mar-a-Lago.

The co-hosting committee for the July 8 event includes Richard Grenell, who served as U.S. ambassador to Germany and acting director of national intelligence during Trump’s administration; Bill White, the former President of the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum; Bryan Eure, White’s husband and a senior VP at Willis Towers Watson.

Joseph Moinian, a real estate magnate, and his wife, Nazee Moinian, are also part of the hosting committee. 

Politico also reported, citing the invitations, that Investor Hannah Buchanan would be hosting the reception.

Attendees are requested to contribute as much as $100,000, with the proceeds going to the Log Cabin Republicans’ “Road to Victory,” which aims to improve voter turnout for former President Donald Trump and other Republicans.

Since the former President launched his third presidential campaign, the former first lady has kept a low profile. She has refused to discuss his legal troubles publicly and has avoided many political events — making the July 8 event one of a few exceptions.

In March, Melania attended a meeting at Mar-a-Lago between Trump and the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. Then, in April, she attended two events: the first Log Cabin Republican event and the second a fundraiser for her husband at the home of investor John Paulson in South Florida.

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