GOP showman Donald Trump is heading to New Hampshire, home of the first presidential primary, where he will address a “Politics & Eggs” event at a Manchester college that hosted a 2012 Republican primary debate.

“Is he running for something? President? New York governor?” hinted the release from St. Anselm College's New Hampshire Institute of Politics.

“You can ask Donald Trump that question,” the release answered.

Trump, a real estate baron with projects, casinos and golf courses around the country, played a role in the 2012 race, but his potential candidacy for president never took off. He has remained active in GOP politics since, and the expected large collection of 2016 candidates could include him.

From the Institute:

“Is he running for something? President? New York Governor?

“You can ask Donald Trump that question when he speaks as part of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and New England Council's Politics & Eggs series event at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire at 8 a.m. on January 21st.

“The NHIOP has long been a place for major political policy speeches, debates and announcements. The center offers unparalleled opportunities to be in the front row of a democratic process that impacts the world. Regular speakers include presidential primary candidates, Congressional leaders, state representatives and news media experts. Events are held regularly and move into high gear during presidential election cycles with major policy speeches, high-level candidate endorsements and interviews with global leaders who address major issues.”

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