It was announced this afternoon that President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at CPAC, this year scheduled in his own backyard, Orlando, Florida. President Trump is expected to describe his vision for the future of the Republican Party.
In his first post-presidency public appearance, President Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference to discuss the future of the Republican Party.
“Trump is going to CPAC next week, which is being held in Orlando,” wrote Maggie Haberman of the New York Times. “He’s expected, per a senior aide, to talk about the future of the GOP as well as Biden’s immigration policies.”
Trump is going to CPAC next week, which is being held in Orlando. He will speak Sunday afternoon. He’s expected, per a senior aide, to talk about the future of the GOP as well as Biden’s immigration policies.
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) February 20, 2021
Journalist Alex Salvi wrote, “President Trump will speak at CPAC next Sunday and is expected to deliver remarks detailing the direction of the GOP and speaking out on the Biden agenda.”
NEW: Pres. Trump will speak at CPAC next Sunday and is expected to deliver remarks detailing the direction of the GOP and speaking out on the Biden agenda.
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) February 20, 2021
America First Florida state Rep. Anthony Sabatini celebrated President Trump’s decision to speak at the conference, writing “Looking forward to hearing Trump at CPAC!”
Looking forward to hearing Trump at CPAC!
— Rep. Anthony Sabatini (@AnthonySabatini) February 20, 2021
This comes as President Trump is reportedly planning to vet a series of America First candidates to challenge those backed by Republican establishment leaders House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. It is unclear if McCarthy and McConnell will challenge President Trump’s America First insurgency.
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