Former President Donald Trump addressed a packed crowd of conservative voters at CPAC in Orlando, Florida Sunday evening; teasing a possible “triumphant return to the White House” in 2024.
“With your help we will take back the House. We will win the Senate. And then a Republican President will make a triumphant return to the White House. And I wonder who that will be,” said Trump.
TRUMP: "With your help we will take back the House. We will win the Senate. And then a Republican President will make a triumphant return to the White House. And I wonder who that will be." pic.twitter.com/i69jBxze7U
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Watch the former President’s comments above.
'AMERICA UNCANCELED': DeSantis Tells CPAC Days of 'Failed Republican Establishment' Are Over
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis addressed a crowd of conservative voters at CPAC Friday morning; saying the GOP cannot go back to the “days of the failed Republican establishment.”
“Florida is protecting our people from political censorship and holding Big Tech accountable. We will pass the most ambitious reforms ever proposed for combating political censorship and de-platforming,” said DeSantis.
“In Florida, we are not going to let the terms of the debate be set by oligarchs in Silicon Valley. We’re leading on the issues that matter to conservatives. We don’t spout hollow rhetoric, we take action. We cannot, we will not go back to the days of the failed Republican establishment,” he added.
Watch DeSantis at CPAC above.
COTTON at CPAC: Liberals More Focused on Renaming High Schools Than Opening Them to Kids
Senator Tom Cotton addressed a packed crowd of conservative voters at CPAC in Orlando Friday; saying liberals in America are more focused on renaming high schools then opening them to students.
“Look at what’s happening in San Francisco. They’re trying to rename schools named after George Washington and Abraham Lincoln,” said Cotton.
“Liberals are more focused on renaming Abraham Lincoln High School than they are opening it up so kids can go back and learn there,” he added. “Remember this: Last summer, as the mob ran through the streets, they tore down statues of Abe Lincoln and Grant. It’s not because of racism, it’s because they hate America.”
Watch Sen. Cotton’s comments above.