Liberty University alumna Natalie Harp and President Donald Trump

Liberty University alumna Natalie Harp speaks June 26 at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority annual conference in Washington, D.C.

Liberty University alumna Natalie Harp has been an outspoken supporter of the Right to Try Act, signed into law by President Donald Trump in May 2018. Last Wednesday, she had the opportunity to thank the president personally for giving her lifesaving hope in her battle with cancer.

President Trump welcomed Harp to the stage at the Faith & Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority annual conference in Washington, D.C. A Stage 2 bone cancer fighter, Harp spoke energetically about trying experimental medication to treat her cancer, achieving great results.

Harp, a Californian who earned her MBA from Liberty in 2015, first caught national attention and the eye of the president last week when she appeared on Fox & Friends to share her journey as a beneficiary of Right to Try.

“She lit up the television screen,” Trump said when he introduced her at Wednesday’s event.

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