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Donald Trump Jr. to Visit Idaho for Ada County Lincoln Day Event

By • January 17, 2022

Donald Trump Jr. will visit Idaho next month as the keynote speaker for the Ada County Lincoln Day event put on by the Ada County Lincoln Day Association.

Trump Jr. has visited Idaho on several occasions. Idaho Dispatch covered one of his visits in September 2020 when he came to Idaho for a campaign fundraiser.

The Lincoln Day event will take place on February 24 at the Boise Center, according to the ACLDA President, Lynn Bradescu.

Idaho Dispatch asked Bradescu about the event and why they chose Trump Jr. as their keynote speaker. Here is what Bradescu told Idaho Dispatch,

We are extremely lucky and excited that Donald Trump Jr. will be our keynote speaker this year. He is very engaging, funny, and loves Idaho, especially the great outdoors. If you’ve never attended the Ada County Lincoln Day- it is extraordinary and wonderful to surround yourself with patriotic Idahoans and enjoy a delicious dinner as well. The Ada County Lincoln Day Banquet is my favorite event of the year. We hope you’ll attend on February 24 at the Boise Center. FYI no masks are required!!

We are incredibly honored to present the “2022 Leadership award” to Mission 43. Mission 43 provides servicemen, women, and military spouses opportunities to succeed in Idaho after their time in the military through the pillars of education, employment, and engagement.

The Charity chosen this year for our “Top Hat Donation” is Children of Fallen Patriots.

Here is a brief description of the organization’s goals: “Our mission is to provide college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. We are dedicated to serving the families of service members from all branches of the armed forces who have died as a result of combat casualties, military training accidents, service-related illnesses, suicide, as well as other duty-related deaths as ruled by the Department of Veterans Affairs.”

For those seeking tickets to the event, Bradescu says they can go to https://www.adacountylincolnday.org/ to purchase them.


Tags: Ada County Lincoln Day Association, Ada County Lincoln Day Event, Donald Trump Jr., Lynn Bradescu, Mission 43

8 thoughts on “Donald Trump Jr. to Visit Idaho for Ada County Lincoln Day Event

  1. I’d love to attend, however…

    $150.00 for the least expensive individual ticket to this event? My wife and I can eat out 2-3 times with that amount and then read about the event the next day.

    Sorry…not sorry.

    1. Clearly you are missing the entire point of the event. We all know where we can eat dinner for less than $150 a plate.

    2. Theres only so many seats and theyre trying to raise money 150$ is nothing compared to what demonrats charge to attend their events

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