February 21 – According to the “Central News Agency”, sources said that former U.S. President Trump is scheduled to address a major conservative rally in Florida next week, which will be his first public speech after leaving office on January 20.
Trump reportedly intends to deliver a speech on the last day of the agenda of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida on the 28th.
Sources familiar with Trump’s plan said: “He will talk about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement”, and he will also “examine” current President Biden’s border and immigration policies with the eyes of a former president.
According to the report, those scheduled to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference also include a number of candidates who may run for the Republican presidential primary in 2024, including Pompeo, who served as Secretary of State under the Trump administration, and current Republican Governor Nome of South Dakota.
However, the report pointed out that former Vice President Pence and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Haley were not included in the list of speeches.
After the latter recently criticized Trump, according to sources, Trump recently rejected Haley’s request to meet.
On January 6, during the congressional count of presidential election votes, Trump supporters violently stormed Congress, killing at least five people. On January 13, the House of Representatives voted to formally impeach Trump by passing the “sedition” impeachment clause.
On January 20, Trump arrived at Mar-a-Lago, his private club in Florida, to end his presidency. On February 13, the Senate held a final vote on the impeachment bill, and failed to pass the “sedition” impeachment clause. Trump was not convicted.