WATCH: CPAC 2021 Concludes with Former President Donald Trump Speaking in Orlando
By Fox News // February 28, 2021
Trump will speak at 3:40 p.m. ET
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(FOX NEWS) – Former President Donald Trump is set to deliver the keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Sunday afternoon as he and his allies aim to guide the direction of the Republican Party after his presidency.
Trump has made a handful of public statements since he left office, including calling into Fox News to discuss the death of radio legend Rush Limbaugh and the car crash of his friend Tiger Woods. But the address, scheduled for 3:40 p.m., will be his first extended in-person public speaking engagement.
Trump is expected to attack President Biden on immigration, Keystone XL and Big Tech, a source close to the former president said. He’s also expected to walk “right up to the line of announcing another campaign,” without actually committing.
The former president will commit to staying in the Republican Party rather than tarting a new party in an address expected to last up to 90 minutes or more, which will also layout a “pathway” to taking back Congress in 2022.
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