Donald Trump couldn’t land Tom Brady, so he’ll have to settle for Tim Tebow.
The New York Times obtained plans for next week’s GOP convention, where Trump is expected to officially become the Republican nominee for president. According to the report, Tebow is one of the big names scheduled to attend and speak.
Additionally, UFC president Dana White and pro golfer Natalie Gulbis will be in attendance from the sports world.
According to the Times, Tebow will be part of the main event on Night 4 of the convention, kicking off speeches that include Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, Ivanka Trump and the presumptive nominee himself. White is scheduled to speak on Night 2, and Gulbis will speak on Night 3.
Trump said last month that he wanted to have “great sports people” and “winners” take the convention stage in Cleveland, telling a crowd at a rally in Richmond, Va., that he planned on calling Brady and fellow NFL quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Neither of those star quarterbacks will attend.
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