Trump to Make First Public Appearance Since Leaving WH

Trump to Make First Public Appearance Since Leaving WH

( – Former President Donald Trump has laid low for the first few weeks after leaving the White House, and no one can blame him. After four years of excelling at the world’s toughest job, a little rest is well deserved. But, new reports show that Trump is coming back into the spotlight this upcoming weekend.

On Sunday, February 28, Donald Trump will close the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida. Sources say that the speech will center on “the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement.” The Right Side Broadcasting Network shared the news on Twitter and will live-stream the event.

Former Vice President Mike Pence declined to make an appearance at the conference. In contrast, conservative voices like Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), Ben Carson, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have agreed to speak.

Trump first spoke at CPAC in 2011 as he entered the political scene. Perhaps he will use this year’s conference to show Americans just what he has in store for the future, just like he did a decade ago.

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