Trump Getting Back into the Public Eye Following Impeachment Acquittal

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Nearly one week ago, the Senate held a trial against Trump on the charge of inciting insurrection. Fueled by the Democrats and House impeachment managers, the trial ultimately failed in its quest for conviction, hence leading to a second acquittal for the former president.

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With the impeachment trial done with and over, many Americans are wondering about what comes next for Trump. The 45th president is expected to assist Republicans in the midterm races next year; earlier this week, during a phone interview with NewsmaxTV, Trump also inferred that he may run for the presidency again in 2024.


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According to Washington Examiner, delivering remarks at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) could be Trump’s way of getting back into the public eye post-acquittal.

A 2021 Speaking Invite from CPAC

Next week’s CPAC event starts on February 25th and lasts through the 28th. Hosted in Orlando, Florida, the GOP conference will come after some tough elections for Republicans and the need to revitalize the party.

Several top Republicans from Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Mike Pompeo and others have been invited to speak at the event. Another person to receive an invitation is former President Donald Trump. American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp confirmed this week that he directly sent out a speaking invitation to the 45th president.

Schlapp, when speaking to the media, stated that Trump deserves to be “uncanceled” and heard. Likewise, the American Conservative Union chairman stated that he’s always had a good relationship with Trump.

Will Trump Speak at CPAC 2021?

Thus far, there is no news on whether or not the former president will deliver remarks at next week’s Conservative Political Action Conference.

Schlapp has not publicly stated whether or not Trump has agreed to speak at the Orlando event next week; likewise, no spokespersons for the 45th president have commented to the press on the matter either.


Many conservatives would be more than thrilled for Trump to speak at this year’s CPAC. The president has delivered remarks at previous Conservative Political Action Conferences; moreover, recent polls show that Trump’s approval ratings have actually surged since being acquitted by the Senate last week.

In the coming days, Americans will likely learn more about whether or not Trump will speak at the 2021 CPAC.

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