Trump to speak at CPAC in first post-White House appearance

  • Trump to speak at CPAC in first post-White House appearance

Trump to speak at CPAC in first post-White House appearance

Former President Donald Trump will be in attendance, however, as he is scheduled to make his first major public appearance since leaving office.

Ian Walters, spokesman for the American Conservative Union, confirmed that Trump will be speaking at the group's annual Conservative Political Action Conference on February 28.

The source, who is familiar with the former President's speech, told CNN on Saturday that "he'll be talking about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement".

Trump also laid low as the House impeached him a second time over claims he incited an "insurrection", in reference to the riot, and while the Senate held a trial to convict him for the claimed offense.

Three-quarters of Republicans want Trump to play a prominent role in the party, according to a poll from Quinnipiac University this week.

Trump and his wife, Melania, arrive at the Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla., after leaving the White House on January 20. He also called in to conservative cable channels Newsmax and Fox News this week following the death of Rush Limbaugh on Thursday.

The reality TV star and infamous former US President, Donald Trump, has made a decision to finally face the cameras since he lost his voice on social media platforms.

"I won't say yet but we have tremendous support".

"The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political "leaders" like Sen".

Other notable speakers at the conference include Trump's former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Trump's former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), Trump's former press secretary Sarah Sanders, and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R).

Small numbers of asylum seekers, a lot of them Central Americans forced to wait in Mexico under Trump, have also begun crossing into the United States as their cases are being processed.

Small numbers of asylum seekers, a lot of them Central Americans forced to wait in Mexico under Mr Trump, have also begun crossing into the United States as their cases are being processed.