Fox News has learned Donald Trump will speak at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics' "Politics and Eggs" series sometime in June. The date and venue for the event are still being determined.
Carolyn Hammer from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St Anselm College in Manchester, NH says the breakfast series was started in 1995 to "give local business and education leaders access to presidential candidates."
The organization invited Trump as well as other potential 2012 contenders to speak at the breakfast. So far, Trump is the only one who has accepted the invitation for the events coming up this spring and summer but others have visited in recent months. Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty spoke at "Politics and Eggs" in January, and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum appeared at a breakfast in November 2010.
Trump's special counsel, Michael Cohen, says he plans to visit the Granite State before Trump's appearance there in June. Cohen says his trip to NH will be on behalf of ShouldTrumpRun.com, and not Mr. Trump himself. Cohen says he started the website to keep track of public interest in a possible Trump run for the White House.