Washington. The arrangement for this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference is yet extra proof that much of the conservative movement stays deeply dedicated to the lie that the 2020 election was stolen from President Donald Trump.
That lie continues to be an extensive belief among Republican voters.
It remains to be supported or at the very least humored by some Republican candidates looking for the assistance of those citizens in party primaries.
Trump’s appearance Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference – his first speech since his norm-busting presidency ended on Jan. 20 – now dominates the annual event at which conservative activists will plot the future of their movement.
That future, for the time being, revolves around a vocal ex-president, despite opposition from “establishment” Republicans, two impeachments, last year’s election loss to now-President Joe Biden, and a failed insurrection just last month.
For those eyeing a White House run, they now find themselves in the unenviable position of having to compete for attendees’ attention with a still-popular former president. “Source