- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 26, 2016

GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s foreign policy speech in Washington, D.C., scheduled for Wednesday has been moved to the Mayflower Hotel “due to the overwhelming interest,” Mr. Trump’s campaign announced Tuesday.

The campaign said last week that the speech, to touch on global trade and economic and national security policies, was going to take place at the National Press Club.

It’s now scheduled to take place at noon at the Mayflower. Mr. Trump is scheduled to travel to Indiana to campaign later in the day Wednesday.

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