“I look forward to speaking to this amazing group of students on such a momentous occasion,” Trump told CBN News‘ David Brody. “Our children truly are the future and I look forward to celebrating the success of this graduating class as well as sharing lessons as they embark on their next chapter full of hope, faith, optimism, and a passion for life.”
Liberty’s 2017 commencement will be held on Saturday, May 13.
It’s not the first time Trump will visit the university: He was a convocation speaker in 2012, and again as a Presidential candidate in 2016. During the 2016 convocation, he referred to a bible passage as “Two Corinthians” instead of the correct pronunciation, “Second Corinthians.”
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