Donald Trump to appear for first post-White House speech in CPAC

Andrew Cummings
February 22, 2021

After his historic defeat and a follow-up of unverified allegations and riots, Trump will take the stage at this year's CPAC to talk about "the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement", the source revealed.

Trump already has a lot of ammunition with which to target Joe Biden, who has been busy the last month dismantling numerous former president's policies. But that appears unlikely to happen, as polls suggest that the former president remains highly popular with Republican voters.

For almost 50 years the annual CPAC convention has been held just outside Washington, D.C., in National Harbor, Maryland, but was moved to Florida this year in part to avoid strict coronavirus guidelines.

The appearance is scheduled for February 28 at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), one of the country's largest annual gatherings of political conservatives.

Stripped of his Twitter account, Trump has remained uncharacteristically quiet in the midst of Joe Biden taking office and Congress pursuing the post-presidency impeachment trial against him. Last year, he famously hugged the American flag on stage after giving his speech, per CNN.

Earlier this week, he surprised his fans, who had gathered for a "peaceful and patriotic" Presidents Day rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, to celebrate "America's greatest president", driving past his supporters and waving at them from his limo.

The reality TV star and infamous former US President, Donald Trump, has chose to finally face the cameras since he lost his voice on social media platforms.

'Rush thought we won. "But the numbers are very good, they're very high", he said.

'I think it's disgraceful what happened. Pence's aides reportedly said that Trump's failure to appropriately address the rioters and call off the mob that day, ensuring the safety of his VP, who was inside the Capitol building at the time, represented the "ultimate betrayal".

'I was disappointed by voter tabulation.

"The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political "leaders" like Sen".

Lawmakers and attendees were forced to quarantine after last year's event following news that a person who had attended tested positive for COVID-19.

Other notable speakers at the conference include Trump's former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Trump's former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), Trump's former press secretary Sarah Sanders, and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R).

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