Singer and actor Mary Millben is set to sing the national anthem at the second Republican primary debate on Wednesday. The debate is scheduled for September 27 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.

The major 2024 Republican presidential candidates, excluding Donald Trump, will participate in the second GOP debate. There will be fewer candidates this time around than there were in the previous debate. The RNC’s stricter admission requirements were met by Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, Mike Pence, Tim Scott, Chris Christie, and Doug Burgum, but not by Asa Hutchinson.

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Who is Mary Millben?

Mary Jorie Millben is a renowned American singer, actress, and media personality known for her captivating performances. She has distinguished herself by performing onstage for three successive American presidents: George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump.

Additionally, Millben has performed for international aristocracy, such as Princess Basmah bint Saud Al Saud and Jordan’s Queen Noor. In addition to her artistic activities, she founded and serves as CEO of JMDE Enterprises. Her influence can be felt in the online series “Impact Now,” for which she was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award in 2010.

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After graduating, Millben planned to pursue her music career in New York City. Her dominating stage presence and voice quickly won her recognition. She was a distinguished guest at places like Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. Her bibliography contains important albums including her self-titled 2008 debut and her most recent offering, “Impact Now,” from 2020.

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Millben is an accomplished musician in addition to being a skilled actress. Among her accomplishments are the critically praised movie “Precious” and the television show “The Good Wife.” She serves on the boards of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the National Urban League as a devoted advocate for social justice.