Trump to Speak at CPAC

Headline Roundup February 22nd, 2021

Former President Donald Trump has announced that he will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday.

While it is unknown whether or not Trump will run again in 2024, Trump advisors expect him to use the speech to say he is "still in charge" of the GOP and to criticize President Joe Biden's immigration policy.

Trump to Speak at CPAC

From the Left
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Trump will address CPAC on Sunday, his subject the future of the Republican party. On Monday, citing anonymous sources, the news site Axios reported his plan to assume the mantle.

An unnamed “longtime adviser” was quoted as saying Trump’s speech to the rightwing...

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From the Right
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Former President Donald Trump intends to attack President Biden's “disastrous amnesty and border policies” in a keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference, his first public speaking engagement since leaving office, a source told the Washington Examiner.

Trump is scheduled to speak on the afternoon of Feb. 28, the final day of the conference, to be held in Orlando, Florida.

"Look for the 45th President to take on President Biden’s disastrous amnesty and border policies," a source familiar with Trump's plans told the Washington Examiner.

The former president will...

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From the Center
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Former President Donald Trump plans on using his upcoming speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as a "show of force" to exert control over the Republican Party, Axios reported.

Trump is due to speak at the event on Sunday — his first public speech since leaving office.

One of his longtime advisors told Axios' Mike Allen that his speech will be a "show of force," and intended to show that he still rules over the GOP, even though he is no longer president and has been barred from...

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