A senior adviser to Trump has revealed what the former president will likely speak about during his upcoming public appearance.
For the first time since leaving the White House, Donald Trump is set to make a public appearance as he will take to the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Sunday, February 28.
According to Jason Miller, Trump’s senior adviser who spoke out to Newsmax, the 45th US president will discuss the future of the Republican Party at the upcoming right-wing conference.
Trump will allegedly also push his ‘America First’ narrative and share his solutions on how the GOP could secure more wins in the upcoming years.
“I think what you’re going to hear President Trump talk about next Sunday on the 28th is the future of the Republican Party and the number of lessons that we learned in 2020, where we saw President Trump bring in a record amount of African American voters, Latino American voters on the GOP side, bigger numbers than we’ve seen in modern Republican presidential history,” Mr Miller told the news network.
The senior adviser went on to insist that these voters have to be kept “engaged in the party” while adding that the conference will likely also serve as a stage for Trump to share his views on the future of the GOP and ideas on how to win majorities in Congress.
As another source close to the matter allegedly informed Fox, Trump will also take aim at President Biden and his “disastrous amnesty and border policies.”
While CPAC, which is one of the top Republican annual events in the book, typically takes place in National Harbor, Maryland, this year’s event has been moved to Florida due to coronavirus restrictions.
Meanwhile, a CPAC spokesperson confirmed that the former president will be a keynote speaker at the event, whereas Trump already appears on the CPAC official website where he is listed as a featured speaker.
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