We received a tip a few weeks ago that President Trump might be attending the national Boyscout Jamboree in West Virginia this year. Well, it appears to be confirmed for Monday night July 24th: VERY EXCITING
(Boy Scouts of America) On Monday evening, July 24, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, will become the eighth president to visit a national jamboree. President Trump’s visit will precede that evening’s stadium show. Experiencing a presidential visit is a once-in-a-lifetime experience — all Scouts, Venturers, leaders, and staff should begin preparing for one of the Jamboree’s signature moments. (read more)
The Monday night event takes place at the Boy Scouts of America venue AT&T Summit Stadium, which is located on 10,600 acres of property adjacent to West Virginia’s New River Gorge National River, the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve.
The Jamboree has a scheduled gathering at 7:30pm titled “Fellowship and Service”. President Trump’s visit and remarks appear scheduled just before this event. President Obama never attended, however President George W Bush and President Clinton did attend. History of Presidential Attendance HERE