Washington (CNN) - President Barack Obama and two Republicans who may be running to succeed him in 2016 will be speaking at the same Washington event later this month.
The President along with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican chairman of the House Budget Committee, will speak at the annual meeting of the Wall Street Journal CEO Council, organizers announced.
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Others speakers include Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Martin Dempsey, and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
The November 18-19 event brings together a mix of business and policy leaders and government officials with organizers saying 100 global chief executives also attending.
Obama will give brief remarks and then be interviewed by a Journal editor. The other participants also will be separately interviewed on stage.