How to Watch Trump's America First Agenda Summit Speech and Live Stream It

Donald Trump will be returning to Washington D.C this week for the first time since he left office.

The former president will be delivering a speech on crime, on the second day of the two-day America First Agenda Summit.

Trump's return to Washington is occurring in the midst of the January 6 Committee hearings, which are investigating the 2021 attack on the Capitol and the role that Trump played in it.

The latest hearing showed key aides of the former president testifying that, for more than three hours, Trump took no action to stop the riot and simply watched the violence unfold on live television.

He is teasing a potential presidential run for 2024.

How to Watch Trump Speak at America First Agenda Summit

Trump will be speaking on Tuesday, July 26, at the Marriott Marquis, where he will be giving the keynote speech at the summit.

He is set to speak on Tuesday afternoon, at 3 p.m. You can watch it live on YouTube here.

It's possible Trump could give some more clues in the speech about his intentions for 2024.

Mark Lotter, the communications officer of the America First Policy Institute, told CNN that Trump is "still the leader of the America First movement".

"He is the biggest name. He's the visionary behind many of the policies that got him elected to the White House," Lotter said. "And when you look at what's going on in America right now, so many people are clamoring for that kind of policy leadership back. They want cheap gas, growing paychecks, soaring stock markets and not what we have right now."

The former commander-in-chief's speech is expected to be on crime and what he would do about it.

On this subject, Lotter added that: "to give voice to that agenda, to lay it out for the congressional midterms and beyond, I think there is nobody better than the former president to be able to do that."

What is America First Agenda Summit?

The summit is organized by the American First Policy Institute, which describes itself on its website as a "non-profit, non-partisan research institute. AFPI exists to advance policies that put the American people first. Our guiding principles are liberty, free enterprise, national greatness, American military superiority, foreign-policy engagement in the American interest, and the primacy of American workers, families and communities in all we do".

Other people that have spoken at the two-day summit include Republican politicians such as House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson and Senator from South Carolina Lindsey Graham.

You can find the full schedule of the summit here.

Trump at Road To Majority Policy Conference
Former U.S. President Donald Trump gives the keynote address at the Faith & Freedom Coalition during the annual "Road To Majority Policy Conference", on June 17th Gettyimages