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Trump will address the Dallas CPAC conference on Sunday

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Former President Donald Trump will address the Conservative Political Action Conference (CC) on Sunday, at least half an hour after the scheduled start date.

Trump spoke at an Orlando CC event in February and used his speech to attack President Joe Biden, Republicans who are not loyal to him, and to signal the 2024 presidential election. His speech in Dallas is expected to be similar.

The CC event in Dallas continues even after Trump left the White House in January, which is a continuation of Republican policy. Since the Orlando event, Trump has been involved in several major public appearances, including recently supporting his former assistant, Max Miller, in a fireplace in Ohio to travel to Anthony Gonzalez, R-Ohio.

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In the aftermath of the February events, the GOP became increasingly close to Trump, as some of his supporters parted ways after the January 6 attack on the Capitol by a crowd of his supporters.

House minority leader Kevin McCarthy (California) has worked to soften tensions within the rft and involve Trump to help the Republican House in 2022. And the House of Representatives GOP Conference delegate Liz Cheney, R-Vyo State. The president is accused of denying false allegations that the presidential election was rigged.

Matt Shlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Alliance, which oversees CC events, needs to be sure he’s on the right track by supporting Trump.

“We’re on the verge of moving the country to European socialism, and some Republicans are just fighting 1/6 or Donald Trump or Twitter, and I don’t have time for any of them,” Shlapp told Acesparks.

“I assure you, it’s going to be fun. I assure you, people get angry,” Donald Trump Jr. told Acesparks about his father’s speech.

Trump speaks shortly after the CC poll, which garnered 70 percent of the vote, was published.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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