INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Donald Trump Jr. was in the Circle City Monday night to speak at the annual state GOP Spring Dinner at the J.W. Marriott.
Hundreds of Hoosier republicans were in attendance. Trump Jr. reflected on the successes of President Trump’s first 100 days in office and discussed how important Indiana was in the 2016 election.
Indiana GOP chairman Kyle Hupfer said he expected Trump Jr. to deliver a message of progress and what the next 100 days hold.
Last year, then-presidential candidate Ted Cruz attended the event in the midst of the May primary race.