Former President Donald Trump’s speech during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) will reportedly be a commentary on President Joe Biden’s first month in office. He is also expected to explain what the Republican Party should do to take Congress in the upcoming 2022 midterm election.
Trump’s CPAC speech serves as the first major address he will make since he left office. Many conservatives who are attending the conference are anticipating what he has to say.
According to sources who have knowledge of the former president’s speech, Trump will focus on major political issues that have been acted upon by the Biden administration. One such issue includes illegal immigration. It’s an issue where Biden has executed a number of orders that rescinded or went against Trump-era policies.
Trump to Talk About a Number of Issues in CPAC Speech
Trump will also reportedly criticize Biden by accusing the latter of pushing for identity politics in the place of American identity. He will also speak about issues connected to American workers and about reopening schools.
For a lot of people, the former president serves as the de facto leader of the conservative movement. This is despite the fact that he has left the presidency last month. Both his supporters and his critics think he can get the 2024 GOP nomination if he decides to run.
According to a Fox News report, the former president might express that he’s “warming up to the idea” of running in 2024. Alternatively, he might reportedly set up to announce a new campaign. However, people do not expect Trump to actually make an announcement regarding a possible 2024 presidential run.
Instead, many expect him to focus on the 2022 midterm elections at CPAC. He is also expected to explain what the GOP can do to take back Congress. In the
Apart from this, he will also discuss some policies that he believes were successful for the Republican Party. In addition to this, he may also describe the divide from within the party.
The former president is also expected to lay out what he thinks are changes needed to make the election system better and fair.
Trump’s speech will take place on Sunday. Before this, a CPAC will conduct a straw poll. In it, attendees will be asked which Republican leader they want to see nominated for the 2024 elections.
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