Former President Donald Trump will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando; his first public speaking engagement since leaving the White House, as confirmed by a CPAC spokesperson to the New York Post.
Trump is scheduled to speak on Sunday, Feb 28, the final day of the conference.
— New York Post (@nypost) February 20, 2021
Check out the image CNN used, vs. the pic in the NY Post tweet:
Former President Trump will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, next Sunday, according to a source. https://t.co/lugwukFYvE
— CNN (@CNN) February 20, 2021
Bless their little TDS-ridded hearts.
According to a source close to the former president, his speech will focus on “the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement,” as reported by the Post. The source added: “Also look for the 45th President to take on President Biden’s disastrous amnesty and border policies.”
Sino Joe. Today marks his first month in office. 30 days.
And Corn Pop’s pal has already given the Republicans more than enough information to shred him. It appears that the only problem, over the coming months and years, will be whether the GOP and conservative media will be able to keep up with his missteps and his disastrous policy decision.
Meanwhile, Trump is no doubt already licking his chops in anticipation of teeing off on Biden at CPAC — and the enthusiastic conservative crowd will love every minute of it.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe told the Post: “I’m looking forward to hearing him speak and hearing about his post-presidency plans.”
Being the superb self-marketer he is, Trump will undoubtedly hold his cards as close to his chest as he can, for as long as he can, as he considers post-presidency opportunities.
On a personal note, I was among those invited to an off-the-main-floor event at CPAC 2015. As we sat and waited for the event to begin, I noticed an empty chair on the far-right side of the dias. I remember thinking to myself, if that seat is taken, whoever is supposed to be sitting there is late. About 10 minutes later, the door to my left swung open, and in walked an entourage — Trump, surrounded by bodyguards. Seat filled, participation in the event now locked down. All good.
The best part of the announcement that Trump will deliver the keynote?
Hag Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and the entire Democrat Party, not to mention the liberal media sock puppets, will have one more thing over which to get their Trump-hating panties in a wad. No doubt a few disgruntled Republican lawmakers will, as well.
Obviously, this warrants a third impeachment.