Trump Speaks at CPAC
Headline Roundup March 1st, 2021
Former President Donald Trump spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Sunday in his first major speech since President Joe Biden’s inauguration. Trump repeated the false claim that he won the 2020 presidential election several times and teased a 2024 run. Trump also criticized Biden’s immigration policies and attacked Republicans who voted in favor of impeachment, listing them by name and saying, “Get rid of them all.” Additionally, Trump dismissed the idea of forming a third party, saying, “We're not starting new parties…We have the Republican Party. It's going to unite and be stronger than ever before.”
Several left-rated outlets published opinion, analysis and fact-checking articles criticizing the speech. Left- and center-rated outlets were more likely to publish coverage on the speech itself, with several right-rated outlets publishing coverage of left-rated outlets' coverage of the speech.
Trump Speaks at CPAC
Former President Donald Trump hinted on Sunday at a possible presidential run in 2024, attacked President Joe Biden and repeated his fraudulent claims he won the 2020 election in his first major appearance since leaving the White House nearly six weeks ago.
Addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, Trump vowed to help Republicans try to regain majorities - lost during his presidency - in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate in 2022 congressional elections and dangled himself as a possibility for president in 2024.
Former President Donald Trump teased a 2024 White House bid and relitigated unfounded claims that the November election was stolen, initiating act two of his political career with a rousing speech to adoring supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference that aimed to solidify his command of the Republican Party.
The address lasted more than one hour, during which Trump twice suggested he was planning a third presidential campaign and several times declared he won reelection in 2020 only to watch the Democrats steal his victory and illegitimately install President...
Donald Trump still has grievances to air — and a Republican Party eager to bask in his indignation.
In his first major address since leaving office, Trump on Sunday laced into his Democratic successor, Joe Biden, chided “establishment political hacks” from his own party and pressed his false claim that he won the November election, which he lost decisively.
And to an explosion of applause, he suggested he may run again in 2024.