Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will deliver a national security speech from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this morning.
Trump’s address will be broadcast from The Union League of Philadelphia beginning at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time. It is not open to the general public, but it can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via Right Side Broadcasting.
This national security speech comes one day after 88 retired U.S. general and admirals endorsed Donald Trump for president.
“It is a great honor to have such amazing support from so many distinguished retired military leaders,” Trump said in a statement. “I thank each of them for their service and their confidence in me to serve as commander-in-chief.”
Not long after, Hillary Clinton’s campaign responded by releasing their own list of 95 retired U.S. general and admirals who are endorsing Clinton for president, according to NBC News. On Twitter, Clinton also reminded the world of Trump’s comment that he “knows more about ISIS than the generals.”
Trump’s number of military endorsements is smaller than Mitt Romney’s, as the 2012 Republican candidate was endorsed by 500 generals and admirals.
Later on Wednesday, Trump will continue to discuss national security at an MSNBC commander-in-chief forum. Hillary Clinton will also attend that event, but Trump and Clinton will not be on the stage at the same time.