What time is Matt Gaetz speaking at the Save America Summit and how can I watch?
DESPITE facing sex trafficking allegations, Florida congressman Matt Gaetz will be speaking at the Save America Summit on April 9.
Gaetz was announced as the special guest for the women's summit being held at the Trump Doral hotel in Miami on Friday, April 9.
What time is Matt Gaetz speaking at the Save America Summit?
“Rep Matt Gaetz has been a fearless leader in DC. Few members of Congress have been more willing than Matt to stand up & fight on behalf of President Trump & his America First Agenda," the group tweeted.
“We are honored to have @RepMattGaetz speak at the #SaveAmericaSummit!”
Gaetz also confirmed his involvement in the event, tweeting, “Thank you to ‘Women for America First’ for the invitation to share my vision for our great nation.”
Gaetz is scheduled to speak on Friday at the 3-day event that will take place from April 8 to 11.
However, no time has been been set for when Gaetz will be speaking.
The event will feature several Republican members of Congress, media personalities, movement leaders and activists as guest speakers.
Gaetz is billed as the "BBQ, Boots & Bluegrass with Keynote Speaker" on Friday.
How can I watch?
A majority of the event will be exclusive to those attending.
However, a live broadcast stream may be provided on the Women For America First website when guest speakers are scheduled to deliver their remarks.
Another place to check out for live broadcast would be the WFAF Facebook page.
According to its website, the event will focus on Women for America First’s goal to stop “the radical agenda being pushed, not only from the White House but in Congress”.
What are the sex trafficking allegations against Gaetz?
Gaetz is being investigated by the US Justice Department for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl and for paying for her to cross state lines.
A new report from The New York Times alleges that the investigation is focusing on payments made by Gaetz and Joel Greenberg, the former tax collector in Seminole County, Florida, to multiple women who were recruited online for sex.
The encounters occurred in 2019 and 2020, according to the Times, and Gaetz and Greenberg would allegedly instruct the women to meet them at hotels and specify the amount of money they were willing to pay.
Two people familiar with the alleged meetings said some of those involved, including Gaetz, would take the drug ecstasy before having sex.
Greenberg has denied the allegations made against him.
Gaetz's office issued a statement denying the new "disgusting" allegations on April 1 to the Times.
"Matt Gaetz has never paid for sex," the statement said. "Matt Gaetz refutes all the disgusting allegations completely."
"Matt Gaetz has never ever been on any such websites whatsoever. Matt Gaetz cherishes the relationships in his past and looks forward to marrying the love of his life."
The Times report also alleged that Greenberg initially met the women through websites that connect people who will go on dates in exchange for gifts or money with people who are willing to pay. The outlet cited three people familiar with the encounters.
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