After three days of general sessions and break-out discussions, CPAC 2021 will eventually come to an end with a speech by former President Donald Trump. Trump’s speech today will be his first public address since he left office in January, and his re-election campaign is expected to begin in 2024.
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WHAT TIME IS TRUMP SPEAKING TODAY?
Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to give the keynote address at CPAC 2021 today, Sunday, February 28. Trump’s CPAC speech is scheduled to begin at 3:40 p.m. ET.
CPAC 2021 SCHEDULE AND CPAC SPEAKERS: FULL LIST
Ahead of Trump’s speech this afternoon, the final day of CPAC 2021 will feature remarks from Rep. Mike Kelly (PA-16), former director of the White House National Economic Council Larry Kudlow, American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp, and more big names in conservative media.
The full CPAC Day 4 schedule is available on the event’s website, but here are a few highlights (all times ET):
- 9:20 a.m. – Rep. Mike Kelly (PA-16): Protecting Elections Part 4: Failed States (PA, GA, NV, oh my!)
- 10:15 a.m. – Larry Kudlow: The Dangers of Denying People Their Prosperity
- 11:55 a.m. – Matt Schlapp: Tough Lough: An Assessment of the Republican Party
- 12:15 p.m. – Remarks by Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch
- 12:30 p.m. – Remarks by Wayne LaPierre, National Rife Association
- 3:10 p.m. – Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-04): Amendments IX and X
- 3:20 p.m. – CPAC Straw Poll Results
- 3:40 p.m. – President Donald J. Trump
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Trump to tell CPAC 2021: ‘We will be united and strong like never before’
Former President Donald Trump will be looking to help bring the party together, according to an excerpt of the speech obtained by Fox News.
“We are not starting new parties, and we will not be dividing our power and our strength. Instead, we will be united and strong like never before,” Trump is expected to say.
The address, which will likely be well over an hour long, will also lay out a “pathway” for the GOP to take control of the House and Senate, aides have said.
Trump will reaffirm that he does not want a third political party during his first speech after leaving office, according to former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Lewandowski met with Trump for several hours on Thursday and went over the notes for the highly anticipated speech the president is scheduled to deliver at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando on Sunday.
“He’s going to reaffirm that he does not want to have a third party, that he is going to be part of—and the head of—the Republican Party,” Lewandowski told The Epoch Times on Feb. 28.
“He’s going to talk about what he believes Biden is going to do to this country over the next four years. We’ve already seen a military strike in Syria in the first 30 days of this administration. We’ve seen getting away from an America First agenda, to embrace China, to allow once again, our companies to be subjected to the will of other countries,” Lewandowski said.
“If we learned anything in the pandemic, we learned that we must have production of the important assets here in this country and not be reliant on China and other places. That’s what Donald Trump did. That’s what Joe Biden is going to go back away from.”