Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, has announced that Republicans seeking to map out the party’s future will meet with former President Donald Trump for a summit next week.
The RSC includes a plethora of familiar conservative faces in Congress and plays a large role in formulating GOP strategy.
According to the New York Post, the caucus will meet with Trump in New Jersey on June 10 to discuss the conservative agenda.
Several RSC members will be meeting in person with Trump for the first time since he left office in January.
In an interview with the Post, Banks left little doubt as to Trump’s prominent place in the Republican Party.
“At Republican Study Committee, we’ve been very busy as we develop the consensus conservative agenda for the future of the Republican Party, and that agenda is the Trump agenda,” Banks said.
“We’re looking forward to going up to visit with him to discuss