A Republican against Trump

A Republican against Trump

During his February 28, 2021, appearance at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), former U.S. President Donald Trump reemerged for the first time from his self-imposed seclusion following his failed reelection campaign.

Not long into his speech at the marquee event for United States conservatives, which began Thursday and ended Sunday, Trump Jr. criticized the president for taking military action so early into his first term.

"The White House doesn't have 50 votes to confirm Neera Tanden as OMB director, and yet we heard the White House chief of staff say that the White House is going to fight their guts out - "fight our guts out" was the phrase he used - to get her confirmed".

In his speech, the former president reiterated his allegation that there was massive electoral fraud in the November 2020 presidential elections and asserted that he had actually won it.

"And the Supreme Court and other courts didn't want to do anything about it", Trump quipped. Haley has specifically said it is time for the party to move past the Trump era.

"I wonder who that will be", Trump said of the party's 2024 presidential nominee in his first major address since leaving office.

Still, Trump fervour at the four-day CPAC event has been so strong that Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., declared it "T-PAC", and participants rolled out a golden statue of the former president. She made headlines last week when she said ahead of CPAC that the elder Trump should not have a role in the party's future.

"His historic anti-LGBTQ agenda is part of the reason he's no longer president and we'll never get exhausted of reminding him of that", he said.

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Several of the seven Republican senators who voted to convict Trump on an impeachment charge over the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol have faced censure votes at home.

"What we will see on Sunday is we will see the start of planning for the next administration".

President Donald Trump on Sunday unleashed a torrent of attacks on his successor, contending President Joe Biden has had the "most disastrous first month in modern history" in the White House. "It's going to unite and be stronger than ever before". A separate question on the poll asked whether Trump should run again in 2024, and it led to a mixed result - with 68 per cent saying he should run and 32 per cent saying they were opposed or had no opinion.

At least at CPAC, enthusiasm for Trump remained sky high.

Recent polls have given Biden a job approval rating well past 50 per cent, a strong showing from Americans. Never let them take the credit, because they don't deserve the credit. Another 55 percent said they'd vote for him again in the primaries, more than double the next candidate, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (who had just 21 percent support even with his home state advantage).

Trump also dismissed rumours that he might take his base of support to create a new political party.

Trump's first speech upon leaving the public eye resembled one of his staple rock show-like rallies.

Daily schedules for the President and Vice President Kamala Harris are also not posted online, the White House comment line is shut down and the White House's website doesn't list citizen petitions, the report published Monday by Politico adds.

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