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President Donald J. Trump is expected to address thousands of his supporters on Wednesday, Jan. 6 in Washington D.C. when they gather in support of President Trump the day Congress votes on the results of the Electoral College.

According to Breitbart News, President Trump will join other “high-profile” speakers.

Earlier today Pastor Greg Locke said that he would be on stage speaking at the President’s rally, which seemed to indicate President Trump would be speaking as well.

According to Breitbart’s report, President Trump will deliver remarks beginning at 11 a.m. He is closing the event, which is expected to include Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Amy Kremer, Rudy Giuliani, Katrina Pierson, Boris Ephsteyn, Texas AG Ken Paxton, Mike Lindell, Diamond and Silk, Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones, Roger Stone, Benny Johnson, Scott Presler, Bernie Kerik and Ali Alexander.

The official program is expected to begin Wednesday at 9 a.m. However, other events will happen on Tuesday.

After President Trump speaks, his supporters will march to the United States Capitol. They are expected to arrive around 1 p.m., which coincides with the time Congress is expected to consider the Electoral College results.

Author: Jacob Hall