Dana White to support Donald Trump with speech at his Republican National Convention

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UFC President Dana White is reportedly set to speak at Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention on night two, according to the New York Times.

According to the report, the list of speakers was “confirmed by two people with direct knowledge of the convention planning.”

With White being a part of the UFC’s $4 billion sale to WME-IMG, you can expect to hear a lot of talk about politics and money from fans with White’s plans to speak at the Convention.

The full list, which is subject to change, that was reported by the New York Times is as follows:

Night 1: A Benghazi focus, followed by border patrol agents and Mr. Shaw, whose son was killed by an undocumented immigrant. Senator Cotton, Mr. Giuliani, Melania Trump, Ms. Ernst and others.

Night 2: A focus on the economy: Mr. White, president of the U.F.C.; Asa Hutchinson, the governor of Arkansas; Michael Mukasey, the former United States attorney general; Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a vice-presidential possibility; Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader; Mr. Trump’s daughter Tiffany; his son Donald Jr.; and Governor Walker.

Night 3: Ms. Bondi; Ms. Collins; Newt Gingrich, a former House speaker; Senator Ted Cruz of Texas; Mr. Trump’s son Eric; Ms. Gulbis; and the nominee for vice president.

Night 4: Mr. Tebow; Representative Blackburn; Governor Fallin; Reince Priebus, the Republican National Committee chairman; Governor Scott; Mr. Thiel; Mr. Barrack; Mr. Trump’s daughter Ivanka; and Mr. Trump.