Trump visits hunting group on Capitol Hill swing

By Timothy Cama | 06/14/2024 01:31 PM EDT

The former president stopped by Safari Club International after huddling with Senate Republicans on Thursday.

Former President Donald Trump.

Former President Donald Trump after visiting the Safari Club International in Washington on Thursday. Francis Chung/POLITICO

Former President Donald Trump made a brief visit Thursday to the Capitol Hill offices of a major pro-hunting group.

Trump’s visit to the Safari Club International’s town house came amid a series of Washington events for the candidate hoping to unseat President Joe Biden.

The building is across the street from the National Republican Senatorial Committee’s headquarters, where he met with Senate Republicans before the quick stop at the building the group dubs the “Hunters’ Embassy.”


“President Trump stopped by the Hunters’ Embassy and was eager to thank Safari Club International for representing sportsmen and women worldwide and defending the right to hunt,” Ben Cassidy, Safari Club’s head of government and public affairs, told POLITICO’s E&E News.