Trump’s turning on LGBTQ suggests a backroom deal whereby he gives the CNP what it wants in exchange For continuing GOP support in Congress:

Trump’s turning on LGBTQ suggests a backroom deal whereby he gives the CNP what it wants in exchange For continuing GOP support in Congress:

The Council for National Policy (CNP), is an umbrella organization and networking group for social conservative activists in the United States. It has been described by The New York Times as “a little-known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country,” who meet three times yearly behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference. The Nation has called it a secretive organization that “networks wealthy right-wing donors together with top conservative operatives to plan long-term movement strategy.”It was founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye as a forum for conservative Christians seeking to strengthen the political right in the United States.

The CNP describes itself as “an educational foundation organized under Section 501(c)of the Internal Revenue Code. We do not lobby Congress, support candidates, or issue public policy statements on controversial issues. Our over 600 members include many of our nation’s leaders from the fields of government, business, the media, religion, and the professions. Our members are united in their belief in a free enterprise system, a strong national defense, and support for traditional western values. They meet to share the best information available on national and world problems, know one another on a personal basis, and collaborate in achieving their shared goals.”

Council for National Policy
CNP logo.jpg
Abbreviation CNP
Motto Strengthening the Conservative Movement
Formation 1981
Type Public policy think tank
Website www.cfnp.org
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