Iowa GOP Wonders: Will Trump Still Speak at Lincoln Fete?

Wednesday, 18 May 2011 10:20 AM

By Dan Weil

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Most of the political world’s interest in Donald Trump this week related to whether he would run for president. But for organizers of the Iowa Republican Party’s Lincoln Day Dinner in Des Moines June 10, the question is whether the real estate mogul/reality TV star still will show up to speak at the affair, The Des Moines Register reports.

Donald Trump, Iowa, GOP, LincolnTrump withdrew from the presidential race Monday, and party officials said that day they expected to know by Tuesday whether The Donald would show.

Michael Cohen, an executive vice president for Trump, said Tuesday afternoon that "we're going to have a decision on that tomorrow." Trump was busy Tuesday inspecting some of his golf courses, Cohen said.


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