Details Of Trump’s Upcoming CPAC Speech Will Make Trump Supporters Very Happy

This Sunday night, Trump will deliver his first live remarks since leaving office at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Some details of the speech are already out and they are sure to please Trump supporters.

The New York Post reports:

Trump reportedly to claim he is ‘presumptive 2024 nominee,’ leader of GOP in CPAC speech

Former President Donald Trump will proclaim that he is still in charge of the Republican Party and is its “presumptive 2024 nominee” when he makes his first public appearance at a conservative conference next weekend in Orlando, according to a report on Monday.

Trump’s keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference next Sunday will be a “show of force,” and he will remind Republicans that he still has control of the bully pulpit even if he’s not in the White House, Axios reported.

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“I may not have Twitter or the Oval Office, but I’m still in charge,” will be Trump’s message to the group, the website reported, citing a longtime adviser.​

The former president, who has been hosting Republican lawmakers at Mar-a-Lago, will huddle this week ​with advisers on his political future with an eye toward becoming a kingmaker in the 2022 elections.

Senior adviser Jason Miller said Trump intends to remain a force among Republicans.

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This is going to be a major event.

The ratings for this are going to be through the roof.


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