Trump: “I know nothing about Project 2025.”

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Donald Trump’s claims he has “nothing” to do with the conservative Project 2025 received further scrutiny after the think tank behind the policy plan was revealed to be hosting two events at the Republican National Convention.

The Heritage Foundation, which wrote the 900-page guideline on how the next conservative administration could overhaul the government and have federal workers replaced with Republican loyalists, has been signed on as a sponsor at the RNC in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, later this month, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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The Heritage Foundation is set to hold a day-long “policy fest” in Milwaukee on July 15, the first day of the convention where Trump will be confirmed as the GOP’s 2024 presidential nominee. On July 17, The Heritage Foundation is listed as hosting a social event at Uncle Buck’s, per the RNC’s calendar. Newsweek has contacted Heritage Foundation for comment via email.

Trump has distanced himself from Project 2025, which Democrats have warned is a blueprint for how authoritarian a second Trump term could be. The former president has described some of the policies laid out by the project as “absolutely ridiculous and abysmal.”

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