How Trump Really Feels About Legalizing Pot

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President Trump is known for playing his cards close to the vest on many important issues.

But his mysterious stance on one issue in particular, has captured the attention of millions of Americans: marijuana.

The legal marijuana market in the United States is currently creating $10.8 billion in new wealth a year.

And it's transforming everyday folks from coast-to-coast into millionaires.

But how does Donald Trump really feel about marijuana legalization?

The answer may lie with Former Speaker of the House, John Boehner.

Boehner is one of the president's advisors and frequent golf partners.

And while in Congress, he fought tirelessly against efforts to legalize marijuana.

So Boehner sent shockwaves throughout Capitol Hill when he recently announced he was joining the board of a large marijuana investment firm.

And today, he's using his political connections to help Americans capitalize on this “green gold rush.”

In an historic event, Boehner has gathered the CEOs, major investors, and other industry leaders for a ground-breaking event – The American Cannabis Summit.

During the broadcast, Boehner made some comments about his marijuana talks with Trump that are bound to raise some eyebrows.

At one point he even revealed that the 45th President admitted: “I agree with Boehner, he's right.

Major media outlets like Fox News and Forbes are already racing to cover The American Cannabis Summit.

And for a very limited time, you can watch a free, private airing of this historic event.

Click here to watch a limited time rebroadcast of this historic event.