VIDEO: President Trump speaks to American farmers at annual convention in New Orleans

President Trump traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana Monday morning, where he is speaking at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 100th annual convention.

The president made a mistake in a Twitter post before he departed the White House, incorrectly stating that he was getting ready to address the Farm Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. The tweet was quickly deleted, as the event is actually being held in New Orleans. However, the media quickly latched onto the mistake.

The event was held in Tennessee last year, and President Trump spoke at that event as well.

Agriculture.com reported earlier Monday:

In opening the centennial meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation, president Zippy Duvall said farmers hope for a speedy resolution of the trade war, but said, “we’re going to hang with him,” meaning President Trump, who is scheduled to speak Tuesday to the convention in New Orleans.

Watch President Trump’s speech in the live-streaming video below.

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