Speaker Tim Moore Visits White House for State House Speakers Conference

Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) joined his colleagues from across the country at the White House on Monday for a State House Speakers Conference.

The White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs hosted the country’s state House and Assembly Speakers for briefings on President Trump’s policy initiatives from senior administration officials.

“I appreciate the White House’s outreach to state governments and support of our citizens in North Carolina and across the United States,” Moore said from the event.

The meetings connected state House Speakers with federal officials to improve intergovernmental collaboration among state, local and federal agencies.

Attendees joined President Donald J. Trump to celebrate NASCAR Cup Series Champion Martin Truex Jr. and his team at the White House on Monday afternoon following the conference.

“Thanks to President Trump and Vice President Pence for the opportunity to share ideas among state legislative leaders and work together for the success of our constituents, Moore said.

“Our nation is fortunate to have leaders focused on the prosperity of our people who are working hard to make a living, raise a family and realize the American dream.”